PI: Dane Wittrup and Darrell Irvine
Bachelor of Science, Stanford University, 2018
Luciano Santollani is a Ph.D. student in Chemical Engineering at MIT. His research focuses on developing novel cancer therapeutics by leveraging a patient’s own immune system. He is also a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, an MIT Presidential Fellow, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Tau Beta Pi. Luciano received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, where he found his interest for translating biological discoveries into potentially life-changing treatments. At MIT, he continues to work in this area and is passionate about mentoring younger students to make their undergraduate and graduate careers as meaningful as possible.
- Frostad, J. M., Tammaro, D., Santollani, L., de Araujo, S. B., & Fuller, G. G. (2016). Dynamic fluid-film interferometry as a predictor of bulk foam properties. Soft Matter, 12(46), 9266-9279.
HONORS & AWARDS:
- NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
- MIT Presidential Fellow
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Tau Beta Pi
- Stanford Mason-Marsden Award