Frederick d'Oleire Uquillas
Frederick is a Ph.D. candidate 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 lab 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, American Broadcasting Company (ABC) and the L.A. Times. In his free time, he enjoys cooking and learning new recipes and cuisines.
Ke (Kevin) Xu
Vice President (Activities and Outreach)
Originally from Beijing China, Kevin is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Princeton University. He received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering and Biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At Princeton, Kevin’s research focuses on engineering multiphase synthetic organelle systems to control complex metabolic pathways for improved production of value-added chemicals. Kevin is currently serving as an Associate in the GradFUTURES team at Princeton to provide professional development opportunities for graduate students. In his spare time, Kevin likes fencing, skiing, and enjoying good food.
Case Competition Chair
Ivy is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Princeton University. She received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At Princeton, Ivy’s research focuses on human gut microbiome-host interactions using both experimental and computational approaches. Ivy loves travel, hiking, and occasional skiing. She is also a football fan and enjoys “arguing” who is the best football player in the world.
Case Competition Chair
Amlan is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Princeton University. He received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University. At Princeton, his research focuses on the use of optimal control theory, dynamical systems techniques, and optimization methods to elucidate novel algorithms for robust spacecraft trajectory design in multibody gravitational environments. He loves traveling, photography, and talking about all things cricket.
Connor is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Molecular Biology at Princeton University. He graduated with a BA from Williams College where he majored in biology and psychology and concentrated in neuroscience. Through basic, translational, and clinical perspectives, he has conducted research at a plethora of institutions spanning topics in cancer, neuroscience, development, stem cells, biochemistry, and genetics. Before he arrived at Princeton, he spent two years at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute where he worked for both an academic lab and the Center for DNA Damage and Repair, an integrative research center focused on translational and clinical aspects of drug response. At Princeton, he is a member of the Boulanger Lab, where he studies neuroimmunology, specifically the role of the immune system in neural circuits and neural pathologies. He is an avid baseball fan and enjoys spending time with his dog, Bailey.
Noel Park – former Vice President of Strategy (*23 PhD in Chemistry)
Alex Frese – former Case Competition Chair (*23 PhD in Chemistry)
Isabelle Liebler – former Vice President of Events and Outreach (*24 PhD candidate in Chemistry)
Tanner Eggert – former Vice President of Strategy (*23 PhD in Chemistry)
Amy Chan – former Treasurer-Secretary (*23 PhD in Chemistry)
Sori Baek – former co-President (*23 PhD in Psychology)
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)