The Cell and Protein Mechanics Laboratory
My research experience at Drexel afforded me the opportunity to work under the direction of Dr. Bradley Layton and his research team.
Within this context, I used the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) to study liposomes.
One of the first things that really impressed me about this group is how seamlessly they use science, math and technology to inform and support their research activities. I was surprised to see how much biology, chemistry, and physics they use on a day-to-day basis.