Lab Members:

Principle Investigator
Dr. Julie Champion

Postdoctoral Fellow
Sung In Lim
Yeongseon Jang

Graduate Students
Trudy Padmore
Anusha Garapaty
Kevin Ling
Timothy Chang
Alex Tsoras
Adam Caparco
Stephanie Reynolds

Undergraduates
Anushya Raghuram
Cyril Lukianov
Joe Piotti
Matthew Everett
Stefan Tassoulas
Siva Manivasagam

Alumni
Daniel Gallagher
Gabrielle Lewis
Jillian Wilms
Phumthep Bunnak
Zacharia Kashlan
Annie Hess
Ashleigh Dodd
Sterling Deng
Carey Lynn Susina
Carahline Stark
Stanley Chun Wing Chu
Chase Nicholson
Bradley Silverman
Christina Siegrist

Samantha Stadmiller
Christine Yee
Erika Staskevicius
Debra Wu
Xingjie Zan
Lina Herrera Estrada
Won Min Park

Julie Champion

Julie Anne Champion
Assistant Professor
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
L1236 Ford ES&T office
1309 Ford ES&T lab
(404)894-2874 phone
(404)385-2713 fax
julie.championatchbe.gatech.edu
http://www.chbe.gatech.edu/faculty/champion.php

Education
University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, June 2007.

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
B.S.E. Chemical Engineering, April 2001.

Appointments
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Assistant Professor. School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
August 2009 – present.

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellow. Department of Chemical Engineering. July 2007–09.

Awards
Junior Facuty Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award (2015)
Outstanding Advisor- BioEngineering Program (2014) 
CETL/BP Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award (2013)                     
Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching (2011) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
National Institutes of Health Postdoctoral Fellowship (2008)
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship (2001)
University of Michigan Marion Sarah Parker Scholar (1999)
University of Michigan Regents Scholarship (1997)

Activities
Member, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (2006- )
Member, American Chemical Society (1999- )
Member, Biomedical Engineering Society (2009- )
Co-chair, Bionanotechnology Division 22b, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (2010- )
Class of 1969 Teaching Fellow (2010-2011)
Women in Engineering, Georgia Tech (2010- )

Funding Sources
National Science Foundation
Georgia Tech Emory Center for Regenerative Medicine
Kenneth Rainin Foundation
National Institutes of Health
Shurl and Kay Curci Foundation