Kevin Huang is a Nanoengineering graduate student at the University of California San Diego. Prior to starting his Master's program, Kevin received his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical/Medical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has worked in a variety of research settings, including the Bioimaging Lab at UC San Diego and the Olympic Analytical Lab at UC Los Angeles. At UCLA, he worked as an Assay Chemist and Research Associate, where he conducted research on analytical techniques for identifying banned substances in athletes' samples. Additionally, he served as a Teaching Assistant at Georgia Tech, further enhancing his ability to communicate scientific concepts to students.
Throughout his education and professional experience, Kevin has showcased his expertise in analytical chemistry and biomedical engineering. His interests include nanomaterials, bioimaging, and drug delivery. He is passionate about advancing scientific knowledge and using his skills to make a positive impact on society.