Electrical Engineering MS/BS, '17
Michael Marino is an electrical engineering student in the BS/MS program with a focus in signal processing and bioinformatics. His primary interests involve applications in biology, agriculture and medicine. He has previously worked in Germany at the University of Applied Science in Osnabrück doing research with sensor systems for applications in agricultural phenotyping. As a reseacher under the DAAD RISE program, Michael will be working at the Biophysics lab in the Universität Osnabrück studying the regulative role of endocytosis on the signalling of the type II Interleukin-4 receptor using three-dimensional SMLM.