B.S in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD
Marion Pang is a Bioengineering PhD candidate at Caltech. Originally from Singapore, her academic journey started at Johns Hopkins University, studying Biomedical Engineering. During this time, she delved into the study of nanoparticle polymer chemistry development for drug delivery therapeutics under the mentorship of Prof Hai-Quan Mao. Subsequently, she returned to Singapore, Marion explored the integration of machine learning techniques in food science applications and pioneered novel food processing methods. Her diverse research experiences have kindled a profound interest in the integration of instrumentation and data science for novel biological applications. Currently at Caltech, under the mentorship of Prof. Tsui-fen Chou and Prof. Michael Roukes, Marion is actively involved in the development of instrumentation and methodologies for single-cell proteomics using LC-MS systems integrated with novel nanosensor arrays for single-molecule analysis.
Beyond the laboratory, Marion finds joy in the companionship of her beloved dog, Sencha, and her cat, Eg. She also enjoys bouldering, band jamming, and gaming.
Research Officer (NSS BS-PhD Fellow) at Institute of Bioengineering and Bioimaging (IBB), A*STAR Singapore
Undergraduate Research Assistant at Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT), Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD
Research Assistant at DSO National Laboratories, Singapore
CEE-RSI Summer Research Scholar at MIT Physics of Living Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston MA