Personnel

Haselton Laboratory Personnel

Haselton Laboratory (L-R): Nick Adams, Rick Haselton, Alex Boyd, Christia Victoriano, Zack Zimmers, Stephanie Pearlman, Mindy Leelawong, Dalton Nelson

Research Staff

Megan Pask

Chief Technologist/Laboratory Manager

EdD in Higher Education Leadership and Policy
Peabody College, Vanderbilt University

MS in Microbiology & Immunology
Vanderbilt University

BS in Chemical Engineering
Kansas State University

megan.pask [at] vanderbilt.edu

Megan Pask, also serves as the Haselton Laboratory point of contact. Please contact her if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Haselton.

Research Faculty

Nick Adams

Research Assistant Professor

PhD in Chemical & Physical Biology
Vanderbilt University

BS in Biology
Dixie State College

n.adams [at] vanderbilt.edu

Mindy LeelawongMindy Leelawong Headshot

Research Assistant Professor

PhD in Microbiology
Northwestern University

BE in Biomedical Engineering
Vanderbilt University

mindy.leelawong [at] vanderbilt.edu

Tricia Russ

Research Assistant Professor

PhD in Biomedical Engineering
Vanderbilt University

BS in Chemical Engineering
University of Mississippi

tricia.russ [at] vanderbilt.edu

 

Tom Scherr

Research Assistant Professor

PhD in Chemical Engineering
Louisiana State University

BS in Chemical Engineering
University of Delaware

thomas.f.scherr [at] vanderbilt.edu

 

 

Graduate Students

Stephanie Pearlman (2) vertical

Stephanie Pearlman

Doctoral Student

BS in Biomedical Engineering
University of California – Irvine

stephanie.i.pearlman [at] vanderbilt.edu

 

 

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Zack Zimmers

Doctoral Student

BS in Biomedical Engineering
Duke University

zackary.a.zimmers [at] vanderbilt.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate Students

Alex Boyd

Junior Biomedical Engineering Student
alexander.d.boyd [at] vanderbilt.edu

Dalton Nelson

Senior Biomedical Engineering Student
dalton.j.nelson [at] vanderbilt.edu

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Christia Victoriano

Junior Biomedical Engineering Student
christia.m.victoriano [at] vanderbilt.edu

 

 

 

Recent Graduates/Escapees

Mark Baglia graduated with his masters in biomedical engineering and MBA in May 2016 and is now working at Amazon in the Seattle, Washington.

Hali Egnatchik graduated with her doctorate in May 2014 and is now working as an Engineer in the Laboratory Automation Division at Abbott in Dallas, Texas.

Amy Creecy graduated with her doctorate in June 2018 and is now a postdoctoral fellow at Indiana University.

Nicholas Diehl graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2018.

Andrew Doyle, a former Haselton laboratory technician is now pursuing biomedical research at Vertex Pharmaceuticals.

Erin Euliano graduated with her bachelors and masters in biomedical engineering in May 2018 and is pursuing her doctorate at Rice University.

Joe Evans graduated with his masters in May 2014 and is now working in intellectual property law.

Sparsh Gupta graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2018 and is pursuing a degree in medicine at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.

Austin Hardcastle graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2018 and is pursuing a masters in public health through the Post-Bachelor Fellowship Program at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at University of Washington in Seattle.

Michael Kammer graduated with his doctorate in May 2017 and is postdoctoral fellow at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Aditya Karhade graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2015 and is pursing a dual degree in medicine and masters in business administration from Harvard University.

Kelly McGee graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2018.

Athran Abdul Rahman graduated with his bachelors in chemical engineering in May 2015 and is pursuing an advanced degree in engineering from the University of Sydney.

Cameron Ridgewell graduated with his bachelors in mechanical engineering and computer science in May 2015 and now a robotics engineer at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Hayley Ryskoski graduated with her bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2016 and is pursuing a doctoral degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Francesca Solinas, a former technician in the Haselton laboratory is now pursuing biomedical research at the Cologne Center for Genomics in Cologne, Germany.

Adithya Sivakumar graduated with his bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2018.

Josh Trantum graduated with his doctorate in May 2014 and continues to consult on commercial aspects of biotechnology in the Nashville, Tennessee area.

Cassandra Wesseley, graduated with her bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2017 and is pursuing a career in the biotechnology industry.

Anna Wolfe, graduate with her bachelors in biomedical engineering in May 2019 and is pursuing a career in biomechanics research.

 

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