Lauryn graduated from the University of Oklahoma in May 2019 where she received B.S. in Chemical Engineering. After spending a year at Oak Ridge National Lab, she came to the Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering where she is co-advised by Profs. Matthew Tirrell and Yun Fang.
Lauryn's current research interests surround the development and use of nanoparticles in medical applications, specifically for the potential treatment of cardiopulmonary diseases and fibroses.
Zhengjie Zhou, Chih-Fan Yeh, Michael Mellas, Myung-Jin Oh, Jiayu Zhu, Jin Li, Ru-Ting Huang, Devin L Harrison, Tzu-Pin Shentu, David Wu, Michael Lueckheide, Lauryn Carver, Eun Ji Chung, Lorraine Leon, Kai-Chien Yang, Matthew V Tirrell, Yun Fang. "Targeted polyelectrolyte complex micelles treat vascular complications in vivo", PNAS.