Thomas Gaborski, Ph.D.

Thomas-Gaborski-CVPrincipal Investigator
Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
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Thomas Gaborski is an entrepreneurial bioengineering faculty member with expertise in nano and microsystems. He is currently the director of the NanoBio Device Laboratory at RIT, with over $2M in active funding from NIH and NSF designing and utilizing nanomembranes for tissue-on-a-chip and biological separations including portable hemodialysis. Previously, he was the co-founder and president of SiMPore, a nanomaterials startup company. Tom has a B.S. in Biological Engineering from Cornell University and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Rochester.

Henry Chung, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher
Biomedical Engineering

Marcela Mireles, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher
Biomedical Engineering

Zahra Allahyari

Microsystems Engineering Ph.D. Student

Adeel Ahmed

Microsystems Engineering Ph.D. Student

Sean Bellefeuille

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Co-op

Stephanie Casillo

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Co-op

Aslan Mehdi Dehghani

Microsystems Engineering Ph.D. Student

Shayan Gholizadeh

Microsystems Engineering Ph.D. Student

David Hurley

Materials Science M.S. Student

Brad Kwarta

Medical Illustration MFA Student

Cody Soule

Materials Science M.S. Student

Nikki VanOstrand

Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Co-op

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Lab Alumni

Ana Peredo – PhD Student, University of Pennsylvania

Melissa Mendoza – PhD Student, Binghamton University

Andrea Mazzocchi – PhD Student, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Elizabeth Stoyan – Tissue Engineering Research Scientist, United Therapeutics

Robert Carter, PhD – Faculty, Mechanical Engineering, RIT

Alan Man, PhD – Faculty, Pierce College, Tacoma, WA

Joshua Miller – Microfabrication Engineer, SiMPore Inc.