Professional Bio: James Mullin graduated from the University of Virginia in 2021 with a B.S. in chemical engineering and a minor in engineering business. As an undergraduate, he worked under Dr. Rachel Letteri on the surface modification of polymeric microparticles for enzyme delivery to three-dimensional cell cultures. James is currently co-advised by Dr. Millie Sullivan and Dr. Kristi Kiick, and his graduate research focuses on the development of biomaterials for localized gene therapy and immunomodulation in chronic wounds.


Fun Bio: In his free time, James enjoys spending time with friends, watching sports, fishing, and playing videogames.