Current Students

  • Doctoral Program in Computational Cell Biology, Anatomy and Pathology

    • John Biber III.

      John Charles Biber III

      Mentor: Yongho Bae, PhD, assistant professor

    • Sam Border.

      Sam Border

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor

    • Joseph Brazzo.

      Joseph Brazzo

      Mentor: Yongho Bae, PhD, assistant professor

    • Jonathan Folmsbee.

      Jonathan William Folmsbee

      Mentor: Scott T. Doyle, PhD, assistant professor

    • Brandon Ginley.

      Brandon G. Ginley

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor 

      “Pinaki always makes sure to motivate his students towards the big picture, ticket winning ideas.”

    • Darshana Govind.

      Darshana Govind

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor

      “Proud to be a part of the Sarder Lab. We’re all about pushing the intellectual boundaries.”

    • Russell John Gullekson.

      Russell John Gullekson

      Mentor: John E. Tomaszewski, MD, SUNY Distinguished Professor and the Peter A. Nickerson, PhD, Professor and Chair of pathology and anatomical sciences

      “There are many opportunities for interdisciplinary research and for integrating modern technology with the study of anatomy.”

    • Steven A. Lewis.

      Steven A. Lewis

      Mentor: Scott T. Doyle, PhD, assistant professor

      “Our department offers a versatile PhD that combines elements of biomedical engineering, cell biology, anatomy, and pathology to enable researchers to work with a wide range of data.”

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      Nicholas Lucarelli

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor 

    • Brendon Robert Lutnick.

      Brendon Robert Lutnick

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor

      “Applying quantitative computational analysis in a department traditionally focused on qualitative biology presents unique research opportunities.”

    • Briana A. Santo.

      Briana A. Santo

      Mentor: Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor

      “In the computational cell biology, anatomy, and pathology program you’re bringing together multiple scientific fields in order to study disease in a whole new way. For students who enjoy a daily challenge, the research and education are compelling.”

    • Lakshmanan Suresh.

      Lakshmanan Suresh

      Mentor: John E. Tomaszewski, MD, SUNY Distinguished Professor and the Peter A. Nickerson, PhD, Professor and Chair of pathology and anatomical sciences

    • Matthew Aleksander Wysocki.

      Matthew Aleksander Wysocki

      Mentor: Scott T. Doyle, PhD, assistant professor

      “The department offers great opportunities for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research by bringing together enthusiastic researchers who possess diverse expertise and advanced methodological training.”

  • Master’s Program in Pathology

    • Sarah Fricano.

      Sarah Elizabeth Fricano

      Mentor: Vincent M. Tutino, PhD, research assistant professor

       

    • Kirsten Incardona.

      Kirsten Incardona

      Mentor: Tracey A. Ignatowski, PhD, assistant professor

    • Amanda Krajnik.

      Amanda K. Krajnik

      Mentor: Yongho Bae, PhD, assistant professor

    • Haley Ward.

      Haley Ward

      Mentor: Ewa K. Stachowiak, PhD, assistant professor

      “The pathology department has given me so many opportunities to learn new skills and to improve on those I already had. In the Stachowiak lab we are researching schizophrenia with organoids and are seeing some promising results. Drs. Ewa and Michal Stachowiak are wonderful advisers who are passionate about their research and sharing their knowledge with their students.”