Andrew Pan

Andrew Pan, Kampmann Lab

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Staff Research Associate


  • Georgia Institute of Technology, Biomedical Engineering, 2020


  • Spehar K, Pan A, Beerman I. Restoring aged stem cell functionality: Current progress and future directions. Stem Cells. 2020 Sep;38(9):1060-1077.



  • Presidential Undergraduate Research Award (4X)
  • Materials Supplies and Travel Grant
  • Georgia Tech InVenture Prize Competition 2020 Semi-finalist

Research Experience:

  • 2016-2020: Sulchek Lab, GT, lead a team of undergraduates to develop enzyme-powered Janus micromotors for enzymatic rate catalysis
  • 2019 Summer: R&D intern, Lena Bioscience, developed co-culture protocol of blood brain barrier on proprietary 3D culture platform, Discovered differences in drug response in 3D vs 2D for primary lung cancer cells
  • 2018 Fall: R&D Intern, Sebacia, Developed new formulation to improve gold nanoparticle delivery to ex vivo sebaceous glands of pig skin for acne treatment
  • 2016-2018: Pavlostathis Lab, GT, Developed carbon-nanotube -laccase conjugates as a novel cathode for microbial fuel cells
  • 2014-2015: High school intern, Fan Lab, Yale, single cell analysis of non-small cell lung cancer cells

Research Interests:

Gene therapy, drug delivery, neurodegenerative diseases, intersection of CRISPRi and 3D culture for disease modeling and identifying therapeutic targets

Other interests:

Philosophy (Hume, Descartes, Kierkegaard), Baking, Biking, Kayaking, Cooking, Tennis