Angela Wong

  Master's Student

Together with Chanson, I am mapping the microvasculature topology in mice growth plates using multiphoton fluroescence microscopy and femtosecond laser ablation. For this project we are collaborating with Cornelia Farnum and Mark Roberson in Cornell’s Vet School, department of Biomedical Sciences. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University in 2006, majoring in Biological and Environmental Engineering with a Biomedical Engineering minor. Currently I am pursuing my Masters of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering at Cornell.

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