Physics PhD Student, Xu Lab
Hunter College - Expected Graduation: 2026
Looking for summer research opportunities for 2024 in the field of Biophysics. Open to learning more about companies that work in Neuroscience, nanobionic and wearable sensors.
As a member of the Hunter college Prof. Min Xu lab, Julinda Mujo is interested in working in developing noninvasive ultrasonic modulated optical imaging for bedside cerebral blood flow monitoring. It combines light and ultrasound to gain optical sensitivity to flows at the ultrasound resolution to measuring brain flow. To make this a reality, Julinda is working on a model using the heterodyne technique, tomography, FIB-milling Tomography, and novel approaches to sample preparation. When not in the lab Julinda likes to get involved in extracurricular activities.
Experimental Design, Instrumentation, Data Analysis, Python, Matlab, SpinView
Professional Development Skills
• Citation Management – Attended Workshop 11/22
• Career Development - Attended Workshop 12/22
• Science Presentation - Attended Workshop 12/22
• “Smocked Metric Spaces and their Tangent Cones”, Christina Sormani, Julinda Mujo et al, Aug 2020
• NanoBioNYC Launch Event, 2023, Co-Organizer and Attendee
• The Undergraduate Mathematics Symposium at UIC, 2019, Presenter
• Lehigh Conference on Geometry and Topology, June 2019, Presenter
Graduate Center Scholarship