Meet Our Team
Programmable self-assembling materials; protein chemistry and bioconjugation; glycans in immunology
Born in New York, Robert has been slowly making his way back up north. He did his Ph.D with M.G. Finn at Georgia Tech, where he worked on developing protein nanoparticle glycoconjugates for immunotherapy. He joined the Correa lab to further explore the role of glycans and self-assembling materials to precisely direct immune responses.
Ryan R. Hosn
Exploring the role of the immune system in neurodegenerative diseases
Raised in Gambia to a Lebanese family, Ryan spent most of his early childhood on the beaches of the smiling coast of west Africa. Following his family's relocation to Spain, his fascination for the intricacy of the human body and desire to build tools led him to pursue a bachelors and masters in bioengineering.
Developing biomaterials for adoptive T cell therapies
Originally from Athens, Greece, Artemis spent the second half of her life in Bethsda, MD. She joined the Correa lab excited to apply her materials science background to leverage the immune system to treat cancer. Outside of research she enjoys FaceTiming her dog, Millie, yoga classes, long walks, and beach trips.
Developing instructive biomaterials to modulate and mimic immune function
With a background in immunomodulatory biomaterials and translational oncology, Sarah is interested in harnessing biomaterials to control the body's immune response to diseases such as cancer and autoimmunity. Outside of lab, she SCUBA dives, does ceramics, goes to concerts, and plays the guitar.
Developing biomaterials for modulating T cell fate and activation
With varied experiences in the drug discovery, autoinflammatory, and cognitive science spaces, James is excited about improving understanding and efficacy of cancer immunotherapies. In his free time James enjoys cooking, exploring new places and cuisines, and talking about Costco.