Graduate student Aditya Singaraju has spent his time at the UI College of Pharmacy studying the properties of materials in order to design superior materials for pharmaceutical manufacturing.
On May 11, Singaraju will be one of nine graduate students participating in a commencement ceremony at Hancher Auditorium. He has been working as a research assistant rotating through areas of University of Iowa Pharmaceuticals (UIP).
The opportunities I've had during my PhD work at Iowa with UIP and PSET have helped me progress well and improve day by day as a scientist.
His primary thesis advisor, Lewis Stevens, is an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Experimental Therapeutics (PSET). Singaraju has been with the college since 2013 and has at least three research publications.
"I am a person who likes learning new things every day, and research helps me do that," Singaraju said. "The opportunities I've had during my PhD work at Iowa with UIP and PSET have helped me progress well and improve day by day as a scientist."