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Sanjibita Mishra

Sanjibita Mishra

Research Associate, Early Stage Development, Kite Pharma
Master of Engineering, Bioengineering, 2015

I perform process development to design, establish, and transfer cell therapy processes to support early phase clinical trials.

“The course and laboratory work at Berkeley helped me not only to grasp the principles but also allowed me to apply those in real life applications. I believe that the culture in Berkeley to encourage analytical thinking was crucial to my success both as student and in the industry.”

Alisha Manandhar

Alisha Manandhar

Product Manager, Accenture
BS Bioengineering, 2013

I work with my clients to design and develop product features that enhance user experiences, increase product revenue, and remove operational inefficiencies associated with their product using Agile Software Delivery methods.

“(In BioE I learned how to) empathize and conduct user needs research to develop products that not only solve problems, but increase usability and customer satisfaction.”

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Upcoming events:

  • Bioengineering Seminar Fall 2021: Why isn’t antibiotic resistance worse? And what can we learn from that?

    October 20, 2021, 12–1 p.m.

    Zoom (registration link below)

    Michael Baym, Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School

    Bioengineering Seminar Fall 2021: Why isn’t antibiotic resistance worse? And what can we learn from that?

  • Undergraduate Makers, Inventors, and Designers at Cal

    October 20, 2021, 5–6 p.m.

    Zoom Lecture

    Adam Saleh, UAVs@Berkeley
    Lekha Duvvoori, CalSol
    Michael McNabb, M.E.T.
    Nicolas Eichenberger, RoboBears
    Hannah Pak, iOSOS
    Sean Burns, Director, Discovery Hub

    Are you interested in what innovation as a Berkeley undergraduate student looks like? Join us for a conversation with five undergraduates who are deeply involved in maker, inventor, and design communities on campus. Learn about their experiences in building solar cars, robotics, autonomous vehicles, and software. And find out more about what you can do at Berkeley. Join the online event

  • Nanostructured Silicon as a Therapeutic and Diagnostic Tool

    October 22, 2021, 2–3 p.m.

    180 Tan Hall

    Distinguished Prof. Michael J. Sailor, UC San Diego, MRSEC / Chem / MSE

    This presentation describes the chemistry and properties of mesoporous silicon nanoparticles relevant to sensing and treating diseased tissues in vivo. Nanophase silicon is one of few semiconductor "quantum dot" materials that is non-toxic and that degrades to non-toxic byproducts. For in vivo applications, advantages include the tissue-penetrating near-infrared wavelength of emission, the...

  • Introduction to the Master of Translational Medicine Program

    October 26, 2021, 11 a.m.–12 p.m.

    Zoom Webinar

    Moose O'Donnell, Master of Translational Medicine Program, UC Berkeley + UCSF

    Are you interested in medical innovation? Curious about the process of getting medical technology into the hands of patients and clinicians who need it? At this event, we'll introduce you to the Master of Translational Medicine Program (MTM) at UC Berkeley + UCSF.

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