Jason C. Marvin
Jason (Chang) Marvin (he/him/his) is a third-year PhD student in biomedical engineering and NSF GRFP fellow at Cornell University. His research in the Andarawis-Puri lab investigates the extracellular matrix (ECM) of adult mammalian models of tendon regeneration to develop therapeutics that promote scarless tendon healing. He has served on the Organizing Committees for ComSciCon-Cornell 2018, ComSciCon-New York 2019, and ComSciCon-SciWri 2019. In addition, he is a member of the NPR SciCommers community & Cornell Careers Beyond Academia Program. Jason also serves on the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and the Public Outreach Committee for the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS). He is also actively involved in various teaching, mentoring, and K-12 STEM outreach programs in Tompkins County. In his free time, Jason loves cooking, baking, playing with dogs, good coffee, and indoor rock climbing.