Research Technician


Originally from Buffalo, NY, Christian attended Northview High School in Johns Creek, GA. After spending time in the Nerem Lab at Georgia Tech during high school, Christian decided to pursue biomedical engineering as an undergraduate and attended Georgia Tech where he earned his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering in 2012. Before joining the McDevitt Lab at Georgia Tech in 2012, he had spent time working on a variety of research projects including developing DNA microarray analysis tools, engineering thermogenic E. Coli as a member of the Georgia Tech iGEM team, and studying gravitational biology at NASA Ames Research Center. 


Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology

Research Interests

Christian's research involves studying the properties of biologic scaffolds and applying stem cell derived technologies to the development of new scaffolds for various therapeutic uses. 

Ngangan AV, Waring JC, Cooke MT, Mandrycky CJ, McDevitt TC. Soluble factors secreted by differentiating embryonic stem cells stimulate exogenous cell proliferation and migration. Stem Cell Research & Therapy. 2014;.