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Narutoshi Hibino

Narutoshi Hibino, MD PhD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Division of Cardiac Surgery

Dr Chin Siang Ong

Chin Siang Ong, MBBS
Cellular and Molecular Medicine Ph.D. Candidate (Dec 2015 – )
Johns Hopkins Division of Cardiology, Division of Cardiac Surgery

Takuma

Takuma Fukunishi, MD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Division of Cardiac Surgery

andrew

Andrew Nashed, MD
Visiting Medical Student (May 2016 – Oct 2016)
Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Egypt
Lab Technician (Dec 2017 – )
Johns Hopkins Division of Cardiology

Gunnar

Gunnar Mattson
Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Student (June 2016 – )
Johns Hopkins University (Class of 2019)

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Joseph Boktor
Molecular & Cellular Biology Undergraduate Student (Oct 2016 – )
Johns Hopkins University

Isaree Pitaktong

Isaree Pitaktong
Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Student (Mar 2017 – )
Johns Hopkins University
Quote: “The project is awesome and so are the people, and there’s always so much to learn and do!

Samantha Hardy
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Molecular and Cellular Biology Undergraduate Student
Johns Hopkins University
Quote: “In the Hibino Lab, I have learned so much more than just the science it takes to pull together a project. The people in this lab have taught me what it truly means to love what you do and I hope that one day I can find that, too.

Alumni

Tom Zhang

“Tom” Huaitao Zhang, BS
Molecular and Cellular Biology Undergraduate Student (Apr 2015 – May 2016)
Johns Hopkins University
Lab Technician (Jun 2016 – May 2017)
Johns Hopkins Division of Cardiac Surgery
Current Status: Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) Candidate (2017 – 2021), William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, IL.

Shipra

Shipra Khatri
Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Student (October 2015 – Jan 2017)
Johns Hopkins University

Maryam

Maryam Ali Khan
Visiting Medical Student (Mar 2017 – May 2017)
CMH Lahore Medical College, Pakistan

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