Christopher Sue joined UCLA TDG in October 2019 as a Technology Development Fellow. Working under the Business Development Associates, he has drafted dozens of non-confidential disclosures pamphlets and conducted market research on a diverse set of intellectual properties. Christopher currently is working as a Senior Technology Development Fellow helping to train new Fellows and develop innovative and new marketing strategies for UCLA TDG. He has a B.S. in Chemistry from Westmont College located in Santa Barbara and is currently a Ph.D.
Alejandra is a TDG Business Development Fellow and has been working with TDG since March 2020. She is currently a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in the Physics and Biology in Medicine Interdepartmental Program. Her thesis work focuses on the development and implementation of high throughput experimentation for the production of radiopharmaceuticals utilized in positron emission tomography.
Justin is a 4th year PhD Student in the Molecular Biology Institute researching in the laboratory of Dr. Todd Yeates. His research work is focused on applying synthetic biology principles and computational methods to design therapeutic proteins and therapeutic delivery vectors. As an undergraduate student at UCLA, Justin studied Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics. Now at TDG, he works primarily with biologics, where he draws from his background in molecular and structural biology to better understand details of university-generated inventions.
Zirui joined UCLA TDG as a Technology Fellow in June 2020. He is currently a PhD candidate at Department of Materials Science and Engineering. His research focuses on non-invasive cancer detection through surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Zirui started his PhD program in June 2015 after receiving a B.S. degree at UCLA. As a TDG fellow, he assists on technology evaluation and marketing.
Moe joined TDG as a Technology Fellow in January 2021. She is currently a PhD candidate at UCLA Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, specializing in drug discovery and development in the oncology field. Her thesis work focuses on the role of the VHL gene in the progression of kidney cancer, and the expected graduation year is 2023.
Travis is a senior TDG Business Development Fellow, under the life science marketing team, and has been working with TDG since March 2018. He is a fourth-year Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, working on developing novel microfluidic technologies to produce Positron Emission Tomography (PET) agents.
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Adrian is a TDG Business Development Fellow and has been working with TDG since June 2020. He is currently a fifth-year Ph.D. candidate in Chemistry and Biochemistry, working towards his degree in Analytical Chemistry through synthesis and characterization of molecules for therapeutics. Prior to coming to UCLA, Adrian received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemistry from California State University, Los Angeles. As a TDG fellow, Adrian assists with technology assessment and marketing.