PI: Bevin Engelward
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018
Aimee Moise is a Ph.D Candiate in Biological Engineering at MIT. Their research focuses on understanding the impact of microbial organisms on exposure to environmental carcinogens. They are an Alfred P. Sloan Scholar beginning in 2018. Aimee received an Associate of Science in Chemistry with highest honors and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, with a minor in Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. They are passionate about outreach and mentorship especially for underrepresented minorities interested in pursuing STEM fields and/or graduate school. Much of this outreach has involved speaking to students involved in various summer programs dedicated to helping underrepresented minorities gain the resources required to succeed in a STEM fields. Aimee hopes to become a resource and mentor to students desiring support in their journeys to and through STEM fields.
HONORS & AWARDS:
- Lemelson Minority Engineering Presidential Fellowship (September 2018)
- President’s Undergraduate Research Award (Fall 2017 and Summer 2018)