Fred d'Oleire Uquillas
Fred is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Neuroscience at Princeton University. He leads the pro-bono consulting group for new ventures and manages student teams for strategy consulting projects with PUGCC partners and clients. His research focuses on large scale human brain networks and is funded by the National Science Foundation and Ford Foundation National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. His contributions have been featured in CNN, Forbes Magazine, Discovery Channel DNews, American Broadcasting Company (ABC) and the L.A. Times. In his free time, Fred enjoys cooking and learning new recipes and cuisines. He's not a very good baker, however.
Vice President of Strategy
Tanner was born and raised in Orlando, FL, and is a first-generation college student. He has a BS in biochemistry with a minor in mathematics from Northeastern University. While in college, he completed a 6-month internship at Moderna Therapeutics studying RNA biochemistry. He also interned at Warp Drive Bio (now owned by Revolution Medicines) studying protein-protein interactions. In addition, he has academic research experience in molecular biology and computational chemistry. At Princeton, he is a member of the Kleiner lab in the Department of Chemistry, which focuses on the study of mRNA modifications (among other things) – a field known as epitranscriptomics.
Some of Tanner's hobbies include reading nonfiction, traveling with his girlfriend and family, exercising, cooking, gardening, and investing. After he finishes his Ph.D., he wants to be a scientist or business executive in the biopharmaceutical industry or start his own company.
Vice President of Activities & Outreach
Noel is a PhD student in the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton University. She hails from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and holds a BS in applied math-biology from Brown University, and a MS in biological sciences from Auburn University. At Princeton, she is investigating the spatial distribution of the metabolome in various contexts including cancer using imaging mass spectrometry. Noel loves to travel, cook, check out art galleries, and horseback ride in her free time.
Secretary & Treasurer
Amy is a 2nd year PhD candidate in the Chemistry department. Her current research focuses on the optimization and investigation of a novel reaction pathway that enables the formation of bond connections essential to pharmaceutically relevant therapeutics. Prior to Princeton, Amy grew up in New York City and graduated from Yale University. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, cooking and baking, staying active, and spending time with friends and family.
Sori Baek – former co-President (graduating PhD candidate in Psychology and Neuroscience)
Isabelle Liebler – former Vice President of Events and Outreach (graduating PhD candidate in Chemistry)
Sean King – former President (*21 PhD in Molecular Biology)
Thao Nguyen – former Vice President of Strategy (graduating PhD candidate in Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Jacob Kautzky – former Vice President of Internal Affairs (*21 PhD in Chemistry)
Chris Hale – former Secretary/Treasurer (graduating PhD candidate in Demography)
Julius Vutz – former Outreach Chair (graduating PhD candidate in Economics)
Leon Wang – former President (PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Wen Kang Chou – former Vice President of Volunteer Consulting Initiatives (PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Xuyang Lu – former Case Competition Chair (PhD in Electrical Engineering)
Koshu Takatsuji – former Recruitment Chair (PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering)
Felicia Zhang – former Communications Chair (PhD in Psychology)