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Hadley D. Sikes
Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
Hadley Sikes Hadley Sikes completed undergraduate studies in chemistry at Tulane University and graduate studies in physical chemistry at Stanford University. This degree work provided an exceptional foundation in fundamental scientific research. A desire to explore engineering and applied research led to two postdoctoral positions: one in Christopher Bowman’s research group at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and one in Frances Arnold’s research group at Caltech.

Research in the Sikes lab combines the disparate yet complementary expertises gleaned from time spent in world-class physical chemistry, polymer engineering, and protein engineering labs.

 

Brandon Heimer

 

 

Brandon Heimer
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Texas-Austin


Kaja Kaastrup

Kaja Kaastrup
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of California-Berkeley


Joseph Lim Joseph Lim
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, BS, Biochemistry, Univ. of Maryland-College Park

Ji Sam Wong Ji Sam Wong
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, Cornell University

Kara Huang Kara Huang
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, California Institute of Technology

Shefali Lathwal Shefali Lathwal
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, IIT Delhi

Eric Miller
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, Stanford University


Brooke Tam
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University


Troy Langford
Graduate student
BS, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University


Avira Som
UROP


   

   


 

 

 

 

MIT - ChemE, 77 Massachusetts Ave, E19-502C, Cambridge, MA 02139 | Email: sikeslab-www@mit.edu | Updated: December 16, 2014