Graham Marsh, PhD
Scientist I


Education

BS in Physics, Bate College
MS in Optics, University of Rochester
PhD in Biomedical Engineering, University of Rochester


My current work has focused on developing the Human Physiological Systems Core where we are trying to construct microfluidic devices to study microvascular function on a chip.

I earned my PhD at the University of Rochester working with Richard Waugh studying how the mechanical properties of blood cells and endothelium can influence cell-cell interaction and adhesion.