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Cole uses the microring resonator platform to design multiplexed immunoassays for clinical utility, focusing on panels for latent tuberculosis infection diagnostics, as well as chorioamnionitis in mother-neonate pairs. He also works to evaluate analytical performance of antibodies using DNA-Ab conjugates for increased target binding capacity.
When not in lab, Cole enjoys reading novels, playing video games, listening to metal, and exploring the craft beer scene in Ann Arbor.
2016 B.A. Chemistry, Wabash College