Andrew is a rising fifth-year Biomedical Engineering student at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His previous research experience involved designing a nanotube-enzyme conjugate catalyst for microbial fuel cells, investigating single cell response of non-small cell lung cancers to erlotinib, and leading a team of undergraduates in creating enzyme-powered micrometers for accelerated enzymatic catalysis. At Lena Bioscience, he is working on developing a 3D model of the blood-brain barrier using the proprietary SeedEz platform. He is also investigating drug toxicity on non-small cell lung cancers in a 3D in-vitro microenvironment. Outside of lab, he enjoys rock climbing, playing tennis, reading, and exploring coffee shops in Atlanta.