Graduate Research Associate
Department of Bioengineering
Craig earned his B.S. degree in biological engineering from Louisiana State University in 2016. His research focuses on developing novel imaging probes and light sources for the quantitative detection of disease biomarkers.
With the suite of spectroscopic tools available in the CISL this will enable the hyperspectral imaging to increase the accuracy of cancer detection. His previous research focused on developing gene based therapies targeting prevalent cancer mutations.
Look at Craig’s website to learn more.