Graduate student (first year)
Subash was born and raised in Nepal. He came to the United States in 2016 to pursue his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Wichita State University. During his undergraduate degree, Subash worked on developing wearable biosensors to non-invasively diagnose cancer on Genetically Engineered Mouse Models of melanoma. Upon completion of his degree, he joined the Biomedical Engineering PhD program at Cornell University.
Subash was fascinated by the interdisciplinary nature of research happening at Cornell. As a member of the Rudd Lab, and Xu Lab, Subash will be studying the behavior of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells of different developmental origin inside the lymphoid tissue during infection using intravital imaging techniques.
During his free time, Subash likes to workout, play soccer, practice table tennis and go on nature walks. When at home, Subash enjoys playing guitar and writing poetry.