People

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

 

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!

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Serena Wu
Molecular and Cellular Biology and Neuroscience Undergraduate Student (2017 – )
Johns Hopkins University

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Lucy Nam
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (Aug 2017 – )

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
Quote: “With a friendly environment that is open to new ideas, Hibino lab is a place where you can thrive not only as a researcher but also as an individual. In just two short months, I was able to gain full command over various lab skills in addition to learning about the fascinating research going on in the field of cardiac tissue engineering; all because of the amazing people here. The journal club meetings every Friday were especially stimulating and provided a chance to explore and express new ideas. Overall, it was a rich learning experience with new opportunities at every step.

andrew

Andrew Nashed, MD
Visiting Medical Student (May 2016 – Oct 2016)
Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Egypt
Lab Technician (Dec 2016 – Oct 2017)
Johns Hopkins Division of Cardiology
Quote: Hibino’s Lab wasn’t just a regular lab for me , it was my house where I spent my whole days learning and doing experiments without feeling the time . Very helpful and nice environment to start your journey of research where you can learn how to do real research.

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