Kim A. Woodrow
Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
- Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
- M.S., Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
- B.A., Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Wells College
Kim Woodrow joined the Bioengineering faculty from Yale University, where she had been a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Biomedical Engineering since 2006. She expects to pursue research to develop delivery systems for reagents that can be used in diagnostic or therapeutic applications. Her research will involve methods to design new biomaterials and employ biophysical and biomolecular techniques to characterize these materials in various biological systems. This research has the potential to impact the future of nanomedicine.
Woodrow’s recent awards include an NIH Cardiology Postdoctoral Training Fellowship, a L’Oreal USA Fellowship for Women in Science, an NIH Genomics and Proteomics Postdoctoral Training Fellowship, and an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.