Elise is a PhD Candidate in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology program. Her research focuses on elucidating immune and inflammatory responses in chronic allograft rejection (lung/tracheal transplantation) using tissue engineered cell-seeded scaffolds. She received a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a concentration in Biomolecular Engineering from Yale University and is originally from Seattle, WA.
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