Humans of BioE

The student-led Humans of UW Bioengineering project offers an inside perspective of the department’s student experience, direct from students themselves.

  • Osvaldo Arias in front of lake with sailboats

Humans of BioE: Osvaldo Arias

UW Bioengineering undergraduate student Osvaldo Arias is a junior currently doing research in the Stayton Lab with Patrick Stayton, UW Bioengineering Distinguished Term Professor and director of the Molecular Engineering and Sciences Institute. The [...]

  • Jamison Siebart standing in front of lake with mountains in background

Humans of BioE: Jamison Siebart

Jamison Siebart, who hails from Uniontown, Penn., is going into his senior year as a UW bioengineering undergraduate student. His focus is on nano- and molecular engineering. Jamison’s area of research is in the [...]

Humans of BioE: Luke Thurber

Luke Thurber is a Husky through and through. From Edmonds, Wash., Luke received his bachelor's in bioengineering from the UW and graduated in June 2021 from the Master of Applied Bioengineering program (MAB) in [...]