Recipients: Postdoctoral Fellowship for Academic Diversity

"A great University, true to its name, must encompass a universe of backgrounds and experiences, ideas and ideologies, theories and perspectives." These are the opening words of Penn's Diversity Action Plan, which evokes a vision of "one university: a wide-ranging, ever-changing community that draws its strength from a multitude of races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, historical traditions, ages, religions, disabilities, veteran statuses, interests, perspectives, and socioeconomic backgrounds."

Our Postdoctoral Fellowships for Academic Diversity are a key element of this commitment to achieve eminence through diversity, as expressed in both the original Action Plan and its recent progress report:

Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence
Progress Report on Penn’s Action Plan for Faculty Diversity and Excellence

Current and Continuing Postdoctoral Fellows

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First-Year Fellows

Arwa Abbas

Micrbiology
Arwa Abbas

Micrbiology

Education:
2019 Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
2012 B.S.  Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

Ph.D Dissertation Title:
"The Human Lung Viral Microbiome in Health and Disease"

Ph.D Thesis Advisors:
Frederic D. Bushman, Ph.D.
Ronald G. Collman, M.D.

UPENN Dept:
Microbiology

Penn/CHOP Faculty Mentor:
Joseph Zackular, Ph.D.

Nkemka Anyiwo

Education
Nkemka Anyiwo

Education

Education:
2019, PhD Social Work and Developmental Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2016, MSW Social Work, MS Developmental Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2012, BA African American Studies, BA Psychology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD

PhD Dissertation Title:"
We gon' be alright": Racism, Media and the Sociopolitical Development of Black Youth

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Stephanie Rowley,PhD & Daphne Watkins, PhD

UPENN Department:
Human Development and Quantitative methods

Penn Faculty Mentor:  
Howard Stevenson, PhD

 

Daria Atkinson

Physics & Astronomy
Daria Atkinson

Physics & Astronomy

Education:
2020, PhD University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2015 B.A.  Carleton College

PhD Title: 
Filaments, Fibers, and Foliations in Frustrated Soft Materials

PhD Thesis Advisor:  
Gregory M. Grason and Christian D. Santangelo

Postdoc Research Topic
Geometry, topology, and elasticity of soft materials with internal structure

UPENN Department:
Physics and Astronomy

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Randall Kamien

 

Josue Baeza

Biochemistry & Biophysics
Josue Baeza

Biochemistry & Biophysics

Education:
2017 PhD Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2010 BS Biology, University of Texas Permian Basin

PhD Dissertation Title:
Mechanism of Protein Acetylation in Mitochondria

PhD Thesis Advisor:
John M. Denu

Postdoc Research Topic:
Biochemical mechanisms of protein turnover

Penn Department:
Biochemistry and Biophysics

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Benjamin A. Garcia

Ben Baker

Neuroscience
Ben Baker

Neuroscience

Education:
2020, Ph.D.  University of Pennsylvania - Philosophy
2014, J.D. Yale University
2010, B.A. Brown University

PhD Title:
Cognition in Nature: Information, Explanation, and Embodiment

PhD Thesis Advisor: 
Gary Hatfield and Lisa Miracchi

Postdoc Research Topic:
Philosophy of Neuroscience, with a focus on the neural-bodily dynamics of movement

UPENN Department:
Neuroscience

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Konrad Kording

Tianna Barnes

Management
Tianna Barnes

Management

Education:
2020, Ph.D.  University of Minnesota - Business Administration
2015, B.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Psychology

PhD Title:  
When Moral Identity Lapses: Extending Prosocial Behaviors Through A Social Moral Identity

PhD Thesis Advisor:  
Dr. John Kammeyer-Mueller

Postdoc Research Topic
Identity, Diversity, Morality and Stigma

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Andrew Carton and Dr. Stephanie Creary

Penn Department: The Wharton School - Department of Management

Alexander Bennett

Mechanical Eng. & Applied Mechanics
Alexander Bennett

Mechanical Eng. & Applied Mechanics

Education:
2016, PhD, Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2015, MA, Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
2010, BA, Mechanical Engineering,University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Thesis Title:
Regular and Irregular Wear of Elastomers in Combined Rolling and Sliding

Thesis Research Advisor:
W. Gregory Sawyer

Postdoc Research Topic:
Interfacial Mechanics of Soft Matter

Penn Department:
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

Penn Mentor:
Kevin Turner and Rob. Carpick

Jalil M. Bishop

Higher Education
Jalil M. Bishop

Higher Education

Education: 
2018, Ph.D  Higher Education University of California, Los Angeles
2015, M.A. Higher Education and Organizational Change, University of California-Los Angeles
2014, B.A. History, Dartmouth College

Thesis Title:
A Critical Case Study on (Anti) Blackness, Geography, and Education Pathways in Twinsburg, Ohio.

Thesis Research Advisor:
Dr. Walter Allen

Penn Department:
Graduate School of Education – Higher Education

Penn Mentor:
Dr. Laura Perna

Daniel Blake

Higher Education
Daniel Blake

Higher Education

Education:
2020, Ph.D.  Higher Education, University of Pennsylvania
2011, B.A. Government, Cornell University

PhD Title: 
Recruitment and Career Experiences of Diverse Faculty Couples at AAU Universities

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Marybeth Gasman

Postdoc Research Topic
Exploring academic couple career choices and departure from faculty pathways

UPENN Department:
Higher Education

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Matthew Hartley

                                                                                                                 

Aja Carter

Electrical and Systems Engineering
Aja Carter

Electrical and Systems Engineering

Education:
2020, Ph.D,  Paleobiology from Department of Earth and Environmental Science, University of Pennsylvania
2014, B.S., Biology from Drexel University

PhD Title:
The Effects of Vertebral Morphology and Composition on Stem-Tetrapod Intervertebral Joint Functional Behavior

PhD Thesis Advisor: 
Peter Dodson

Post doc Research Topic:
Effects of Complex Vertebral Morphology on Whole Physical Agent Behavior

UPENN Department:
Electrical and Systems Engineering

Penn Faculty Mentor: 
Daniel Koditschek

 

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Daphney Chery

Orthopaedic Surgery
Daphney Chery

Orthopaedic Surgery

Education:
2020, PhD Biomedical Sciences
2012, M.S. School of Biomedical Engineering, Sciences and Health Systems at Drexel University
2010 ,B.S. Public Health, Rutgers Univeristy

PhD Dissertation Title: 
Biomechanics of the Pericellular Matrix: Roles in Cartilage Development and Osteoarthritis

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Lin Han

UPENN Department:
Orthopaedic Surgery Department

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Robert L. Mauck

 

Lourdes Marielle Delgado Reyes

Psychology
Lourdes Marielle Delgado Reyes

Psychology

Education:
2019,PhD, Psychology, Developmental Science: University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
2015, M.A., Psychology, Developmental Science: University of Iowa, Iowa City IA
2012, B.A., Psychology, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, San Juan, PR

PhD Title: 
Neurobehavioral Precursors of Executive Function in Early Development

PhD Thesis Advisor:
John P. Spencer, PhD

Postdoc Research Topic:
How children's early experiences shape neurocognitive development
  

UPENN Department:
Psychology

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Allyson Mackey, PhD

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Rui Fu

Developmental Psychology
Rui Fu

Developmental Psychology

Education:
Ph. D., Developmental Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
M.S., Developmental Psychology, Shanghai Normal University, China
B. A., Psychology, Shanghai Normal University, China

PhD Dissertation Title:
Relations Between Childhood Self-Control And Early Adulthood Outcomes In China: The Contributions Of Social Relationships

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Xinyin Chen, Professor of Education, University of Pennsylvania
UPENN Department: My department at CHOP is “Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences”

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Stephen Leff, Co-Director, Violence Prevention Initiative at CHOP
Professor of Clinical Psychology in Pediatrics & Psychiatry
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; Univ. of Penn School of Med.

Camille Gaynus

Biology
Camille Gaynus

Biology

Education:
PhD Biology Hampton University
BS Marine and Environmental Science

PhD Thesis title:
Environmental and biotic controls affecting recruitment and proliferation of algal turf communities in coral reef systems

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Peggy Fong

 Penn Department:
Biology

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Katie Barott

 

Jamaal Green

City and Regional Planning
Jamaal Green

City and Regional Planning

Education:
Ph.D.  Portland State University
M.A. UNC Chapel Hill
B.S. - UNC Chapel Hill

PhD Dissertation Title :
Manufacturing in Place: Industrial Preservation in the US

PhD Thesis Advisor: 
Prof. Greg Schrock

Postdoc Research Topic:
Evaluation of varied assistance programs

UPENN Department:
Social Policy and Practice / Regional Planning

Penn Faculty Mentor: 
Vincent Reina

Kathryn Hacker

Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics
Kathryn Hacker

Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics

Education:
PhD, Public Health, California State University, Fresno, CA
M Phil, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, California State University, Fresno, CA
BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

Thesis Title:
Environmental Heterogeneity, Rodent Population Dynamics, and Leptospirosis in Urban Slum Environments

Thesis Research Advisor:
Dr. Albert Ko

Postdoc Research Topic:
Dynamic Risk Map Modeling in Changing Urban Environments

Penn Department:
Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Informatics

Penn Mentor:
Dr. Mike Levy

Beth Harvey

Cell and Developmental Biology
Beth Harvey

Cell and Developmental Biology

Education:
2016, PhD, Molecular and Cellular Biology
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

2010, BS, Chemistry and Animal Science,
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

PhD Dissertation Title:
Mapping Sites of O-Glycosylation on Drosophila Notch and Understanding the Molecular Mechanisms of How Drosophila Fringe Modulates Notch-Ligand Binding

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Robert S. Haltiwanger

Postdoc Research Topic:
Optic Nerve Regeneration in Zebrafish

Penn Department:
Cell and Developmental Biology

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Michael Granato

Luis de Jesus Baez

Chemistry
Luis de Jesus Baez

Chemistry

Education:
PhD - Texas A&M University , College Station, TX
BS - University of Puerto Rico at Cayey, Puerto Rico

PhD Dissertation Title: 
The Secret Lives of Battery Materials: Core-level Spectroscopy as a Probe of Compositional and Electronic Structure Inhomogeneities

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Professor Sarbarjit Banerjee

Penn Department:
Chemistry

Penn Faculty Mentor:Professor Thomas E. Mallouk

Trina Kumodzi

Nursing
Trina Kumodzi

Nursing

Education:
PhD:  University of Virginia
B.S.N. Barnes-Jewish Goldfarb School of Nursing
B.A.   Barnard College

PhD Title: 
Violence in St. Kitts and Nevis: A Retrospective Analysis of Homicides 2000-2018

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Ishan C. Williams, PhD, FGSA

Postdoc Research Topic:
Violence Prevention

UPENN Department:
School of Nursing and Penn Injury Science Center

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Therese Richmond, PhD, RN, FAAN and Douglas Wiebe, PhD

Javier G Lavin

Philosophy
Javier G Lavin

Philosophy

Education:
2018 PhD, Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY
2016 MA, Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY
2016 MPhil, Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY
2012 BA, Philosophy, The College of Charleston
2012 BS, Psychology, The College of Charleston

Thesis Title:
The Fragmented Mind: Why working memory cannot implement consciousness.

Thesis Research Advisor:
Jesse Prinz

Penn Department:
Philosophy

Penn Mentor:
Lisa Miracchi

Meg Guliford

Political Science
Meg Guliford

Political Science

Education:
Ph.D.  Tufts University
M.S. Harvard Kennedy School - Masters in Public Policy
B.A. University of Pennsylvania

PhD Title:
Willing and Able: Explaining the Effects of Intervention on Violence Against Civilians

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Katrina Burgess

Postdoc Research Topic:
Explaining the rise of norms about civilian victimization within the Frente Farabundo Marti para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Michael Horowitz

Penn Department: 
Political Science

Matthew Miller

Urban Planning & Development
Matthew Miller

Urban Planning & Development

Education:
Ph.D in Urban Planning and Development, University of Southern California
Master in City Planning, Environmental Policy and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
B.A. in Urban Studies with Honors, Minor in African & African-American Studies, Stanford University

Thesis Title:
The Geography of Black Commerce and Culture - Los Angeles, California, and Beyond

Thesis Research Advisor:
Lisa Ann Schweitzer

Penn Department:
City and Regional Planning

Penn Mentor:
Vincent Reina

Jose Pelliccia

Cell and Developmental Biology
Jose Pelliccia

Cell and Developmental Biology

Education:
2019 PhD Molecular Biology
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey

2008 BS Biology
Millersville University

PhD Dissertation Title:
The Role of the Vg1 Zebrafish Ortholog Gdf3 Nodal-Dependent Mesendoderm Formation and Left-Right Patterning

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Rebecca Burdine PhD

UPENN Department:
Cell and Developmental Biology

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Mary Mullins, PhD

Mallory Perry

Nursing/ Pediatrics
Mallory Perry

Nursing/ Pediatrics

Education:
PhD: University of Connecticut (Storrs)
BSN: University of Connecticut (Storrs)
MS: University of Connecticut (Storrs)

PhD Dissertation Title:
Understanding Chronic Pain Trajectory in Adolescents Undergoing Spinal Fusion Surgery

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Dr. Angela Starkweather, PhD, RN, ANCP-BC, CNRN, FAAN Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

UPENN Department:
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (primary), Penn School of Nursing

Penn Faculty Mentor:

Dr. Martha A.Q. Curley, Professor Penn School of Nursing Professor and CHOP Ruth M. Colket Chair in Pediatric Nursing

Nicole Sansone

Social Policy and Practice
Nicole Sansone

Social Policy and Practice

Education:
PhD:  Goldsmiths, University of London
MA:   Goldsmiths, University of London
B.A.   Colgate University (double major in English Literature, Art and Art History)

PhD Title: 
Sites of Sky: A Visual Cultures Analysis of Landscape Aesthetics in an Age of Virtual Ecologie

PhD Thesis Advisor: Matthew Fuller; Josephine Berry (second supervisor)

Postdoc Research Topic:
Systems and aesthetics of digital and algorithmic immigration governance

UPENN Department:
School of Social Policy and Practice

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Ezekiel Dixon-Roman

Atiya Strothers Love

Higher Education
Atiya Strothers Love

Higher Education

Education:
2017, PhD, Education, Rutgers University
2010, MS, Higher Education. Rutgers University
2006,  Business Administration, University of Pittsburgh

Thesis Title:
Making Mentoring Matter: The ‘Proctor Process’ of Faculty Mentoring in Higher Education

Thesis Research Advisor:
Benjamin Justice and Catherine Lugg

Postdoc Research Topic:

Penn Department:
Graduate School of Education

Penn Mentor:

Brittany Taylor

Orthopaedic Surgery
Brittany Taylor

Orthopaedic Surgery

Education:
2016, Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ

2010, BS, Biomedical Engineering
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

PhD Dissertation Title:
The Development and Characterization of an Osteoconductive Pre-Vascularized Scaffold for Bone Regeneration

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Joseph Freeman, Ph. D.

Postdoc Research Topic:
Bilayered Delivery System to Mitigate Inflammation During Rotator Cuff Repair

Penn Department:
Orthopaedic Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Louis Soslowsky, Ph.D.

Michelle G. Thompson

School of Social Policy & Practice
Michelle G. Thompson

School of Social Policy & Practice

Education:
2019 PhD Social Welfare
Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work; Florida International University

2006 MS Psychology
College of Arts, Sciences and Education;School of Integrated Science and Humanities
Florida International University

2002 BA Psychology
College of Arts, Sciences and Education;School of Integrated Science and Humanities
Florida International University

PhD Dissertation Title:
The impact of microaggressions and minority stress on the psychological  well-being of emerging adult
sexual minorities of color

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Eric F. Wagner, PhD

Penn Department:
School of Social Policy & Practice

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Amy Hillier,PhD

 

 

Annabel Torres

Center for Applied Genomics
Annabel Torres

Center for Applied Genomics

Education:
2015, PhD, Immunology and Infectious Disease,
Washington State University, Pullman WA

2011, MS,Forensic Science,
California State University, Fresno, CA

2007, BS, Medical Biology,
California State University, Riverside, CA

Thesis Title:
Identification and Characterization of a Genome-wide Significant Region Associated with Erythrocyte Phenotypes in Domestic Sheep

Thesis Research Advisor:
Stephen White

Postdoc Research Topic:
Genetics of Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain in Pediatric Populations

Penn Department:
Center for Applied Genomics, Division of Rheumatology, Children's Hospital

Penn Mentor:
Hakon Hakonarson, MD PhD and David Sherry, MD

Laura Vargas

Penn Injury Science Center
Laura Vargas

Penn Injury Science Center

Education:
PhD, 2018, Social Policy and Policy Analysis, Columbia School of Social Work, Columbia University
MSW, Policy Practice, Specialization in Health, Mental Health and Disabilities, Columbia School of Social Work, Columbia University
MPA, 2013 Concentration in Urban and Social Policy, Columbia University School of Internationaland Public Affairs (SIPA) Columbia University

PhD Dissertation Titile: 
The Effects of Violence on Health Service Utilization and Access in Mexico

PhD Thesis Advisor:
\Julien Teitler, PhD, Professor and Senior Associate Dean, Research & Academic Affairs, Columbia School of Social Work

Postdoc Research Topic:
Exposure to Trauma and Mental Health of Recent Latinx Immigrants

Penn Department:
Penn Injury Science Center & School of Nursing

Penn Faculty Mentors:
Therese S. Richmond, PhD, RN, FAAN

Andrea B. Laporte Professor of Nursing, Associate Dean for Research & Innovation, School of Nursing

Zachary F Meisel, MD, MPH, MSHP
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Director, Center for Emergency Care Policy and Research, Perelman School of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine

Christine Vazquez

Microbiology
Christine Vazquez

Microbiology

Education:
Ph.D.  Duke University
MS Johns Hopkins University
B.S.  Johns Hopkins University

PhD Title: 
Mechanisms of Innate Immune Regulation by the Hepatitis C Virus protease, NS3-NS4A

PhD Thesis Advisor: 
Dr. Stacy Horner

Postdoc Research Topic:
Host-virus innate interactions of emerging viral pathogens

UPENN Department:
Department of Microbiology

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Dr. Kellie Jurado

Claire Witherel

Biomedical Engineering
Claire Witherel

Biomedical Engineering

Education:
2019, PhD, Drexel University, School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems
2012, MS/BS ,  Masters of Science

PhD Dissertation Title:
Biomaterial-Mediated Control Over Macrophage Behavior for Tissue Engineering

PhD Thesis Advisor:

Kara L. Spiller, PhD
Penn Department:
Bioengineering

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Jason A. Burdick, PhD

Carolyn Yrigollen

Genetics, Children's Hospital
Carolyn Yrigollen

Genetics, Children's Hospital

Education:
2014  Ph.D. Genetics
University of California, Davis, Davis CA

2004 B.Sc. Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology
Yale University

PhD Dissertation Title:
The structure and function of the human FMR1 gene

PhD Thesis Advisor:
Flora Tassone

Postdoc Research Topic:
Gene-editing of FMR1 using CRISPR/Cas9

Penn Faculty Mentor:
Beverly Davidson

 

Former Postdoctoral Fellows

Kandis Abdul-Aziz

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Elliot Aguilar

Biology, School of Arts and Sciences

Lisandra Arroyo-Ramírez

BioChemical Engineering

Cacey Bester

Earth and Environmental Science

Erin Bogan

Education Policy

Laura Bradley

Chemical Engineering

Bridgette Brawner

Nursing

Tonye Briggs

Biomedical Engineering

Jeremy DeLaine Brown

Mechanical Engineering

Rocio Cardona

Chemistry

Roger Caruth

Communications & Mass Media

Madeline Diaz-Serrano

Physics & Astronomy

Monica Do

Psychology

Janeria A Easley

Sociology, Population Studies Center

Meagan Elinski

Mechanical Engineering

Michelle Estrada

Chemistry

Michael Gonzalez

Center for Applied Genomics, Division of Rheumatology, Children's Hospital

Nahir Otano Gracia

Comparative Literature

Martha Grady

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

M. Brielle Harbin

Political Science

Kevin Jenkins

Social Epidemiology, Medical Sociology

Grace LS Johnson

Africana Studies

Kelsey M Jones

Applied Psychology & Human Development Division

Antonia Kaczkurkin

Psychiatry, Perelman School of Medicine

Erin M Kerrison

Criminology

Doug Kiel

History

Brandon King

East Asian Languages and Civilizations

Amy Lavery

Public Health

Angel Martinez

Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter

Lindsey McDougle

Social Policy & Practice

Tagbo Niepa

Chem/Bio Engineering

Ismael Nieto

Chemistry

Sobukwe Odinga

Political Science

Carlos R Pérez

Material Sciences & Engineering

Emigdio Reyes

Pathology

Gabriela T Richard

Educational Comm & Technology

Akira Rodriguez

School of Design, Department of City and Regional Planning

Matthew Ruby

Psychology

Victoria Sanchez

Pharmacology

Francis Seuffert

Mathematics

Abigail A Sewell

Population Studies

Jasmine Travers

Nursing

Alma Vega

Demography

Chezare A Warren

Policy Studies in Urban Education

Elizabeth Williams

Earth and Environmental Science

Jennifer Wilson

Russian & East Euro Studies

Katrina Wisdom

Bioengineering

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