Jason Marvin Chang
Jason Chang is a second-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 served on the ComSciCon-Cornell 2018 Organizing Committee, is a member of the NPR SciCommers community & Cornell Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) Program, and advises the ComSciCon-NY 2019 Organizing Committee. Jason also volunteers with the Diversity & Inclusion Committee for Out in STEM (oSTEM), various mentoring programs on campus, and is actively involved in K-12 science outreach. In his free time, Jason loves cooking, baking, playing with dogs, good coffee, and indoor rock climbing.