Ana DiLillo has been selected as a recipient of an Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) Master’s Fellowship for 2020-2021 for study toward a Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering at Cleveland State University. The OSGC Executive Committee was favorably impressed with her outstanding research on creating nanocarbon fluorescent probes for biological sensing and imaging applications. The Fellowship is funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) through its National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. DiLillo has been working in the BioNano Materials Lab at CSU since her junior year on research projects including carbon nanotube sorting and creating glycopolymer-carbon nanotube complexes for profiling carbohydrate-protein recognition.
From all of us here In the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering office, Congratulations Ms. DiLillo!