Research Committee

PUBS Research conducts research and reports valuable insights on major industry players and innovative technologies in biotechnology.

We are a team of students passionate about technological innovation and the business acumen of industry change makers.

The team is led by Ray Wu, a senior in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, double majoring in Bioengineering and Computer Science. On campus, he is involved with research focusing on using machine learning to identify Alzheimer's sub-types.


The research committee keeps the rest of the PUBS team, and those interested in biotech, up to date with the technology landscape through talks and speaker events. All research events are open to all, and gives everyone access to concise, actionable knowledge about the science in the space.


The PUBS team organizes a number of speaker events. Past events includes Dr. Bruce Levine and Dr. Michael Milone, who spoke about their pioneering work with CAR-T Immunotherapy.


With access to many of the finest minds in the field, the research committee is able to forward various job and research opportunities to the members of the club.