Ph. D., Biological Engineering, MIT
B.S., Bioengineering, University of California, Los Angeles
Ph.D., College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University
B.S., College of Pharmacy, Ewha Womans University
As a graduate Song Yi focused on identifying biomarkers and mechanisms of acquired EGFR-TKI resistance in non-small cell lung cancer. The TAM receptor AXL being one of her interest in previous work, she joined the team as a postdoc to further explore the role of AXL in drug resistance. She is currently enthusiastic to study the crosstalk between AXL and other RTKs, and search effective strategies to overcome drug resistance. After work, she likes to relax while listening to the radio.
Ph. D., Cancer Biology, Moffitt Cancer Center at University of South Florida
B.A., M.S. Biology, Saint Anselm College, Tulane University
Ted has joined the team as a postdoctoral associate. The focus of his previous research has aimed at characterizing the function of noncoding RNAs in breast cancer EMT and metastasis. This experience led to an appreciation that cancer is a systems-level disease. Currently, his research focuses on the dynamic relationship between TAM receptors at the tumor-immune interface, and developing targeted therapies in this context. Outside the lab, his research is directed at all aspects of ice hockey and music.
Ph. D., Leiden University
After completion of her graduate work in the field of Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacology, Annelien joined MIT as a postdoc co-supervised by Aaron Meyer and Doug Lauffenburger. She is currently studying the role of the TAM receptor AXL in cancer biology, with an emphasis on cell migration and treatment resistance. After work she stills her mind on her yoga-mat, and in the weekends she likes to find a wave to surf or a mountain to hike.
Ryan Robinett, Undergraduate Researcher
Computational Biology, MIT
Ryan joined the lab in January of 2016 as part of a project analyzing the binding of immune complexes to immune cells. Outside the lab, Ryan spends copious amounts of time with MIT’s Electric Vehicle Team and with the Cru Christian Fellowship.
Ning Guan, Undergraduate Researcher
Biological Engineering, MIT
Adam Weiner, Undergraduate Researcher
Adam joined the Meyer Lab in September 2017 as a member of the cytokine team. Outside of the lab and his studies, Adam enjoys playing pick up basketball at the Wooden Center and watching football on the weekends.