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2020 GRADUATES

Emily Blankenship

Emily Blankenship

The Master's in Biotechnology program at Texas Tech has been a highly enriching experience to my career. I decided to enter the program after working as a Microbiology Lab Technician for two years. I had realized that I needed to further my education if I wanted to advance my career. The program is suited to people from all kinds of backgrounds, and the small class sizes ensure that everyone gets individualized attention and is required to actively participate in classes. The lectures are related to the lab courses which teach techniques that are widely used in the field today. Advanced lab courses allow students to use state of the art equipment. The other draw to this program is the phenomenal faculty that guide you through the program and beyond. They remember your special interests and they will tailor your learning experience to assist you in being able to pursue your career goals. It was through the faculty connections that I was able to do my year-long internship at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, which was a dream of mine. I am very thankful to Dr. Tripathy and the rest of the staff at the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics for the excellent program.

Anthony Diehl

Anthony Diehl

This Biotechnology program has provided me with an excellent experience and because of it, I believe I am much more prepared for medical school. The faculty at the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics are always willing to take the extra step to help their students, and their doors are always open. I really enjoyed the flexibility of the program. You are able to discover what you're interested in and focus your education on it, or if you want to learn a little bit of everything, you're able to do that as well. You can control what you want to get out of the program. I am interested in oncology and through this program I discovered the field of bioinformatics and its role in cancer research. One of the faculty members knew of my interest and invited me to be part of a collaboration with the TTUHSC, conducting cancer research using bioinformatics tools. I am very thankful for the experience and education this program has provided me and to all the faculty that helped and guided me through this past year. I would recommend this program to anyone who would like discover the vast and evolving field of biotechnology.

Kyle Merry

Kyle Merry

My participation in the Masters in Biotechnology program by the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics paved the way for my pursuits in the field of Genetics. Using the knowledge taught by the professors I was able to leverage a position as an intern with BASF and support their research in Cotton genetics, focusing on targeted mutations with CRISPR technology. During this time I was approached by the University of North Texas Health Science Center for a position in their casework laboratories in Fort Worth, Texas to become a Forensic Analyst after my graduation from the program. Obtaining my Masters of Science degree is one of my proudest moments in life and it would not have been possible without the opportunities provided to me by the faculty of this great university. 'Strive for Honor Evermore, Long Live the Matador'

Varsha Ravi

Varsha Ravi

I recently graduated with a master's degree in Biotechnology. When I sit back and think about these two years, I realize that I gained a variety of experiences. Apart from gaining technical knowledge, these two years have shaped me well as an individual. I learned how to face testing times, handle emotions and stay positive. Along with working hard and being persistent, it is very important to handle situations appropriately. The Biotechnology program offers mandatory courses in the first semester and lot of electives to take in the second semester. The most riveting aspect of this program is that it gives an opportunity to do research in one's field of interest in the second year. I was a Graduate Assistant at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and since I'm interested in the field of cancer, I did my research in pancreatic cancer. This research experience truly helped me gain hands-on laboratory experience as well as theoretical knowledge. Nothing would have been possible without the guidance of the professors in our department, who I would like to thank for being encouraging and supportive throughout these two years.

Daniela Serrano

Daniela Serrano

The Center for Biotechnology and Genomics provided me with an enriching experience. Medical school is my ultimate educational career goal. However, after finishing my BS in Biology I felt an urge to further expand my knowledge, skills, and education before embarking on the medical journey. The Biotechnology program not only provided the things I was looking for, but it allowed me to grow as a student, as an individual, and as a leader. It provided me the opportunity to learn more about the field of Biotechnology through its many diverse courses, and knowledgeable professors and staff. I gained a greater understanding of the biological sciences, as well as experience in the lab. My favorite course was the Capstone course that is mandatory for One-Year Program students. I truly enjoyed working alongside Dr. Tripathy, who guided me and advised me throughout the entire project, despite the troubling times that dawned upon us during the 2020 pandemic. The capstone course allowed me to expand the limits of my imagination, knowledge, and synthesis capabilities. It allowed me to think fast and innovatively. These are experiences and skills that I deem invaluable and will use in my future educational and professional careers. Earning a Master of Science in Biotechnology from this particular program was one of my best decisions. I am forever thankful for the patience, guidance, and encouragement from the professors in this program. Wreck ‘em!

2019 GRADUATES (Top)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Jair Montford
Internship: "Comparison of Different Membrane Protein Enrichment Methods for the Better Investigation of Integrin Expression"

Armand Northcut
Internship: "Bulge Derived Stem Cells as a Potential Therapy to Increase Donor Site Healing in Skin Grafts"

Shivani Patel
Internship: "Survival Mechanisms of Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Polymicrobial Cystic Fibrosis Lung Infections"

Helen Scott
Internship: "Optimal Acclimation of C4 Photosynthesis Indicates Limited Long-Term Response to Elevated Temperature and CO2"

Marisa Elise Wagley
Internship: "Optimization of the Purification Process for Elastin-Like Polypeptide [S5]24 and the Concatemerization of New [A4W1] Repeats"

2018 GRADUATES (Top)

Christian Michael Jimenez

Christian JimenezMy name is Christian Jimenez and I was part of the 2018 class from the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics at Texas Tech University with a Master's in Biotechnology. After I completed my undergraduate degree in Biochemistry at Texas Tech, I found that most companies were interested in candidates with more experience in the lab rather than someone who was familiar with subjects merely from reading about them. Following advice from a mentor and good friend, I sought a graduate level program that would fit my needs. The biggest factor was finding a program that offered hands-on lab work, which the CBG provided. During the program, I was able to work as a teaching assistant for undergraduate chemistry courses. Each of the classes I attended provided a very hands-on approach, made possible by smaller classes and enthusiastic professors who were all a pleasure to work with. Instead of just reading about topics like Next-Gen Sequencing and protein engineering, my classmates and I were able to meet almost daily in the lab to apply and sharpen our lab techniques. Additionally, in the second half of the program each student was given the opportunity to work one on one with a professor or lab group in a related field to gain real-world research experience. After my graduation, I sought employment in the vast Houston health care and pharmaceutical industry. I was hired by Eagle Analytical as a Microbiologist II thanks to my experience with sequencing, data analysis through means of bioinformatics, and time spent in the lab during my graduate program. Due to the lab etiquette and high-level skills I had attained through the MS program, after a few months I was promoted to Microbiology Supervisor for the Non-Sterile Lab Group. I am still employed by Eagle Analytical, where I work on research projects, analyze results for potentially life saving pharmaceuticals, and help to oversee half of the microbiology department into which I was initially recruited. I am very proud to say that I was a Red Raider in both my undergraduate and graduate years of education. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is interested in biotechnology, life science work, bioinformatics, next generation sequencing, and opportunities for lab research. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me via Linkedin or E-mail at Cjimenez4@sbcglobal.net.

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Anuththara Hemamali Lokubandara
Thesis: "Computational and Functional Analysis of Human Bitter Taste Receptors"

Angel R. Cueva
Internship: "Treatment of Chronic Wounds by Targeting Biofilms"

Sara Elizabeth Hoppe
Internship: "Exploring canine olfaction via a genomics-and bioinformatics-informed approach"

Christian Michael Jimenez
Internship: "RAAST Analysis-Identifying repeat amnio acid motifs from a protein sequence: a web project"

Kavya Thamarai Kannan
Internship: "Protective effects of Mitochondrai-targeted molecule SS31 Against Diabetes in Tally-Ho Mice"

Sai Prabhas Konduru
Internship: "Leaf transciptome analysis in two contrasting peanut genotypes (C76-16 and GA-09B) during drought stress

Vasanth Kumar Mandla
Internship: "A Comparative Study of Tuxedo and Kallisto RNA-Seq Pipelines"

Carlton Poindexter
Internship: "Nano LC-MS Methodology Development for Global Steroid Profiling

Gage R. Rowden
Internship: "Uncovering the First Ring-Closure in Tropane and Granatane Biosynthesis in Coca and Pomegranate"

A.L. Prasanga Silva
Internship: "Fine-tuning the Transition Temperature of a mixture of Elastin-like polypeptides by a simple, one-step mix-n-tune procedure"

2017 GRADUATES (Top)

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Adnan Ahmed
Internship: "WAPDAP-Software that Automates Proteomics Data Analysis Pipeline"

Mitu Bilkis
Thesis: "Identifying Post-Transnationally Modified Proteins in Breast Cancer Cells for Investigating the Mechanisms of Action of a Potential Anti-Cancer Drug"

Ashwini Challa
Thesis: "Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Drought Stress and Acclimation Responses in C76-16 Leaf (Arachis Hypogaea L.)"

Angelit Fernandes
Internship: "Expression, Purification and Characterization of Elastin-Like Polypeptides (GAGVP)n"

Aimable Habimana
Internship: "Understanding Drought Stress Response in Cotton by Transcriptome Analysis"

Shasika Jayaranthne
Internship: "Effects of Tart Cherry Anthocyanins in Obesity-related Inflammation Using 3T3-L1 Preadipocytes as a Cell Model"

Poornasree Kumar
Thesis: "Microrna Regulation of Gene Expression Under Drought Stress Acclimation Response in Peanut (Arachis Hypogaea L.) Roots"

Adrian Quintana
Internship: "PIACAN: Pathway Integration and Analysis of Cancer Networks"

2016 GRADUATES (Top)

Miryam Arastu

Maryam Arastu

As a recent M.S. Biotechnology & Juris Doctorate graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law and the Texas Tech University Center for Biotechnology & Genomics, I believe that my experiences in the biotechnology program have effectively prepared me for a lucrative career in a variety of fields such as research, diagnostics, or pharmaceuticals, or even legal fields like intellectual property, health care, or technology transfer law.
By offering a variety of classes including, but by no means limited to nanobiotechnology, bioinformatics, protein engineering, and electron microscopy, this biotechnology department exposes their students to cutting-edge technologies while preparing them for the rigors and uncertainties of the "real world." Furthermore, the interdisciplinary nature of this program has not only strengthened my core life science knowledge but also augmented it, and helped me hone in on specific industry-related skills such as complex lab techniques, scientific communication, and one of the key competencies all employers look for: The ability to work efficiently and independently.
There is no doubt that this program may seem daunting, but due to the extremely helpful nature of the faculty and staff, the department's open-door policy, and the overall sense of community that encompasses the Texas Tech campus, I can personally assure you these two years will hold a special place in your heart. Unlike many other institutions, the faculty here go out of their way everyday to ensure that their students not only digest the material but also are able to apply it. There are no formal office hours because every faculty and staff member is always available to help and guide you. I made great use of this rare resource during my time here, as every student should.
Even though my experience with this department was a little different (because of my dual degree with law) than the conventional master student's, I strongly believe that due to this department's hands on teaching approach, stellar faculty, and Texas Tech's advanced technological resources, this program is one of the best in the nation.
I wish you all the best in your endeavors, and I hope to see some fresh faces in the department!
If you have any questions, concerns, or qualms, please don't hesitate to contact me at maryamarastu@gmail.com

Doctor's of Jurisprudence/Master of  Science in Biotechnology
Maryam Arastu
Internship: "Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer"

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Delath Nadun DeZoysa
Internship: "Synthesis, Isolation and Characterization of Vitamin K1"

Parvin Mirzaei
Internship: "N-Glycomics Analysis of Membrane Protein Collected from Breast Cancer Cells"

Suchithra Raveendar
Internship:  "Molecular Analysis of the Placenta and Retina in MFSD2A-Null Mouse: A Model for Omega-3 Fatty Acid Deficiency"

2015 GRADUATES (Top)

Sandhiya Arun

Sandihya with Will Rogers

My name is Sandhiya Arun and I recently graduated with a Masters degree in Biotechnology from the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics at Texas Tech University. When hunting for grad schools, the aspect that attracted me to the biotechnology program at Tech was the flexibility of the program; where we could tailor it to suit our career needs. In our first year, we were taught and trained in various aspects of biotechnology. The Methods in Biotechnology course, was an eye-opener that gave us insights into both the theoretical as well as practical applications in biotechnology. I was able to equip myself with several lab skills along the way. I was fortunate to get the opportunity to study a broad range of subjects varying from mass spectrometry to gene expression analysis. The biggest advantage of the program is that it gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in research. In my second year, I was introduced to the exciting field of next generation sequencing and was one of the lucky few who had the chance to use the HiSeq 2500 sequencing instrument for my project work. As a research assistant, I helped professors in research work, assisted students in lab work, gave presentations and attended conferences all of which helped me immensely in gaining both knowledge and experience. The two years spent here at the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics has made me a better scientist and in all, a better person equipped with the necessary skills to step into the ever competitive biotech industry with great confidence. Lastly, to say we have one of the best faculty and staff here at Tech would be an understatement. Ever ready to help and always approachable, I thank the entire faculty and staff for their friendliness which made the environment even more welcome. My two years here have embedded in me the discipline involved in being a research scientist, and has inspired me to look beyond the boundaries of textbook knowledge and push myself to achieve greatness. For that, I shall ever be grateful. If you have any questions about the program you can contact me at sandhiya.arun86@gmail.com

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Sandhiya Arun
Thesis "Transcriptomics of Drought Stress Acclimation Response In Peanut (Arachis Hypogaea L.)"

William B. Graue
Internship "Transcriptomics in Cotton"

Clinton Harmon
Internship "A Proteomic Approach to Studying the Effects of an Anti-Cancer Compound on Breast Tumor Cells"

Nhathanh Phan
Internship "Synthesis of 4', 5, 7-trihydroxyflavone (Apigenin) and Optimization for Large-Scale Production"

Jacaranda Solis
Internship "Project 1: Towards the Solution of the 3-Dimension Crystal Structure of the Plant-Tupe Adenylyl Sulfate Reductase"; "Project 2: Investigation of Four Amino Acids in Synchocystis sp. PCC 6803 Ferredoxin-dependent Glutamate Synthase and Their Possible Role in Binding Ferredoxin"

Twaritha Vijay
Internship "Construction and Expression of Different Lengths of a Pentamer of [GAGVP]5 Elastin Like Polypeptides"

2014 GRADUATES (TOP)

Nithya Mudaliar, Clinical Research Coordinator

Nithya Mudaliar

I am a graduate student from the class of 2014. The BTEC Master's Program helped me deepen my understanding of Biological Sciences and helped me get more hands-on experience with research. It was more of a start to end process where I also had input for my research work unlike undergrad! The course work offered throughout the program helped me build on my foundation and broaden my understanding and its application purposes during my research. Along with doing my research, I worked as a teaching assistant for the Methods in Biotechnology course for a year. This helped me gain additional skill sets like training graduate students, planning lab experiments, working effectively in a team and scientific communication. Last but not least, the faculty members and staff at the center were so kind and helpful throughout my Master's journey. I was a bit hesitant to ask them about doubts that I had at the beginning, but I would encourage any new student to just go up to them and ask because they are the best guide you've got. Doing research, managing classes and paperwork can be very taxing, but your patience and your faculty's guidance will take you a long way. If you have any questions, you can contact me at nithyamudaliar@gmail.com

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Sukanyalakshmi Chebrolu- Research Aide, Physiology, TTUHSC, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

John Escobedo- Medical student in the TTUHSC School of Medicine, Lubbock, Texas (09/2015)

Ruchi Hooda

Edward Kuenzi

Nithya Mudaliar

Vignesh Namburi-Murugesan

Sucheshanadevi Patil

Jacob Thompson

Nanditha Vaidyanathan- Research Assistant, TTU Chemistry and Biochemistry, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

Justin Williams

2013 GRADUATES (TOP)

Kate Belus

Our graduating students go on to serve the private sector in prominent positions.

I am a graduate from the 2013 class from the Center for Biotechnology and Genomics at Texas Tech University. I would like to share a bit about how my experience and classes prepped me for work and life outside of graduate school.
First being a nontraditional graduate student I knew that I needed to try to stay ahead of the curve, I did so by always doing my assignments when they were given. As an undergrad I was always procrastinating, this time around I decided to try a new approach and I felt some of the stress and pressure lift off my shoulders right away. I carried this into my job search and started right away (the middle of the third semester) and a month before graduation had a job lined up to start a week after graduation!
The second thing that I learned, took advantage of and took with me in my carrier was that most people want to help. I was always reluctant to ask for assistance, but I knew that in order to succeed in this program and after that I would need assistance. I took advantage of office hours, the library and study groups. Now I am not a shy person, but I am very independent. I do not like to ask for help and nor do I like to bother people. But asking for assistance with a definition or how to set up an equation is not bothering anyone. Currently I am in sales and have never worked in a job like this before, I consistently need to ask for help as I learn the ropes in my new position.
The third thing that I can say that I learned from this program is that life is short and you must enjoy it even if you are working hard towards a goal. Remember to take time to enjoy these next two years. You will encounter some stressful times with papers, finals and your thesis, but remember to take time for yourself and friends. Having a good work/school/personal life balance will make a happier, healthier you! Your stress will decrease and memories will be made. Now that I am working, I do clock roughly 65-80+ hours of work in an average 7 day period, but I do make time for family and friends. Life is too short to spend it all on work, reports and papers!

Master of Science in Biotechnology
Katherine Belus- VWR International Sales Representative (08/2014)

Evan Cain- Quality Manager, Osteogenics Biomedical, Inc., Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

Afia Dasgupta

Abhishek Dass

Rohan S. Ingrole- TTU Department of Chemical Engineering, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

Balakrihna Koneru

Komal Ramesh Kunder

Ramesh Kumar

Archana Muthusubramanian

Rohan Nandkumar- Laboratory Assistant II at SIEMENS Healthcare Diagnostics/Adjunct Faculty at Quincy College (08/2014)

Divya Sarathy

Anukriti Singh- Technician III, Cell Biology Biochemistry, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

Amanda Sooter

2012 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Hbe Rajakaruna

Description: C:\Users\Erandi\Pictures\my\34394_1628241952394_1426935688_31717970_1331328_n.jpgI'm really happy about selecting Biotechnology & Genomics as my Master's Program. I did my undergraduate in Sri Lanka in Chemistry and I came to the U.S .A and then joined this program in fall 2010. I was able to gain lots of knowledge on various new techniques and got experience on new instruments. Working as a Teaching Assistance for BTECH 5338 class gave me the opportunity to learn arranging labs and how it should be organized with various lab techniques.

All the faculty, staff and graduate students in this department gave me great support to successfully finish my Master's program. After spending a valuable two years in this department I gained so much experience which helped me to start my career at Fiber and Biopolymer Research Institute here in Lubbock, Texas.
I'd really like to thank all the members in this department for helping me to find a way to my future.

 

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Srirupa Cheerla- Research Assistant, TTUHSC, COM Cancer Center, Lubbock, Texas

Shankervivek Jakkula

Bala Meenakshi Purna

Shital Babulal Patel

Jonathan E Pauwels

Hewa E Rajakaruna

Prajna Kudlu Shanbhogue- Medical Research Associate Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

Dhanashree Prakash Vedpathak- Scientific Associate II, Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina (08/2014)

Spandana Vemulapally- Doctoral Student and Research Assistant at TTUHSC, Lubbock, Texas (08/2014)

 

2011 GRADUATES (TOP)

Monish Makena

Monish Makena

I believe a person can only be successful if opportunity meets with hard work. The Biotechnology master's program at Texas Tech University has given me the right opportunity to pursue my career goals. This is a unique program, where one year of essential course work is offered and in the second year (the internship year) we can choose to work in an academic lab or industry setting. During the first year, we were trained by distinguished faculty both in theory and lab. Importantly, they laid a platform to think scientifically, independently and propelled our scientific curiosity. Though I wanted to pursue research, without prior experience, I wasn't sure how I would adapt to the research environment. The program provided me with an opportunity to work under Dr. Patrick Reynolds at the TTUHSC Cancer Center in the second year, where I developed a strong liking for cancer research and continued to pursue my doctoral degree there. The work I did in the internship is published in Clinical Cancer Research, which is among the top ten journals in Cancer research. My most liked aspect of the program is the faculty; they are extremely friendly, with valuable research experience and always ready to help students. Further, students in this program will have access to first rate cutting edge instruments and the latest software. I strongly recommend this program to anyone who is aspiring to a career in biotechnology or related fields. If you have any questions you are welcome to contact me at monish.makena@ttuhsc.edu

 

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Sesha Raghavan Krishnamachari- Research Associate, Center of Excellence in Neuroscience at TTUHSC, El Paso, Texas (08/2014)

Srinivsan Krishnan, pursuing a Ph.D. with Dr. Altenberg at TTU

Subashri Kumar

Monish Ram Patrudu Makena, pursuing a PH.D. with Dr. Reynolds at TTU

Shirisha Meda- QC specialist II at Bayer CropScience (08/2014)

Vivek K. Madem

Shamitha Rao Morey- Scientific Officer, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, India (08/2014)

Kamakshi Suresh Nayak- Process Development Specialist at Shire HGT Boston, MA (08/2014)

Sujata Nerle- Sr. Research Associate at Constellation Pharmaceuticals, Boston, MA (08/2014)

Hersharan Nischal- Senior Research Assistant Non-Clinical, IMM Human Genetics, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston

Hardik Patel

Nandini Pichamoorthy- Research Technician, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, NYC, NY (08/2014)

Garima Pratihar- Quality Control Specialist II at Bayer Crop Science (08/2014)

Robin Rajan- Research Associate, Cancer Immunology, TTUHSC, Abilene, Texas (08/2014)

Yue Su

2010 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Siva Prasad Ankeshwarapu

Supriya Bikkina

Neha Shashank Dole

Ruchi Anil Joshi

Trupti Shrikant Kale

Chandana Kolluru

Mahima Das Kruthiventi

Paresh Chandrakant Kurkure

Harshad Mahadeshwar- Institutional Associate Scientist III, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Houston, Texas (08/2014)

Nishanth Makthal

Prachi Pradip Nakashe

Mithun Reddy Pasham- Research Assistant III, Lab Manager, Boston Children's Hospital (08/2014)

Bhavya Pataliya- Technical Solution Architect at Genome International Corporation (08/2014)

Trinadh Kumar Potina- Senior Business Analyst in the A&I team of Technology & Services, Bengaluru, India (08/2014)

Paurvi Ravindra Shinde

2009 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Mruvil Vikas Abooj

Vikas Belamkar-Ph.D. Genetics (Agronomy), Ohio State (08/2014)

Vidya Dhanapal- Research Assistant at Intelligent Bio-Systems (08/2014)

Priyanka Gupta- Research Scientist III, Boehriniger Ingelheim (08/2014)

Viritha Kaza- Accenture Service Pvt. Ltd., Ann Arbor, Michigan (08/2014)

Subramanya K Srikar Lingaraju- Research Teaching Specialist at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (08/2014)

Sanjeevadutt Surya Ven Nemani

2008 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Sarada Deepthi Madireddy

Adam Royce Rampy

Paurvi Shinde - Paurvi is currently a doctoral candidate pursuing a PhD in Immunology at the University of Connecticut Health. She will graduate in 2017. (08/2016)

2007 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Joseph Ware Bass

Brent Caldwell

Cody Daniel Hamrick

2006 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science /Doctor of Jurisprudence

Ann Elise McMinn

Colton John Wilson

  • Assistant Scientist III with Asuragen in Austin, TX (2006)

Erin Rebecca Winfrey

2005 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Angela Marie Burrell

Kanisha Pradip Shah

2004 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Vinaya Kumar Mandava

2003 GRADUATES (TOP)

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Raviprakash Govindrao Dani

Sarah Louise Learmonth

Lawrence Anthony Shaw

  • Employed at TTU in both the Graduate School and Biology (2012)

 

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