Meet the Team
Megan A. Creighton
Jan '21-- Present: Assistant Professor, Drexel University
Sept '19-- Dec '20: Research Scientist, MIT
Jul '18--Jul '20: Science and Technology Fellow, US Air Force
Jun '15--Jul '18: Senior Research Scientist, 3M Corporate Research
May '15: PhD, Brown University
Jada Jackman is a Ph.D. Student in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at Drexel University. In 2020, she received her B.S in Chemical and Bimolecular Engineering from Lehigh University. In the Creighton Lab, she is researching thermoplastic materials and their printing capabilities in high resolution 3D printing methods, which will bring recyclable plastics into previously non-recyclable 3D printing methods.
Caroline Cameron is a PhD student in the labs of Profs. Megan Creighton and Jason Baxter in the Chemical and Biological Engineering department at Drexel University. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology in 2017, Caroline pursued her Master of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at University of Pennsylvania in 2019. Caroline then entered industry, working as a Process Engineer in coating technologies at Rogers Corporation in Bear, DE. Caroline joined the Drexel community in April 2021, where she now performs research into the development of a circular economy for wind turbines, with a particular focus on the composite materials in the wind turbine blades. When Caroline is not in the lab, she is typically experimenting with her favorite recipes or exploring the running trails in the Philadelphia area.
Michael Prati is a Ph.D. Student in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department at Drexel University and the recipient of the department's 2022 Mutharasan Fellowship. He received his B.S in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from Lehigh University in 2021. Here at Drexel, his research is focused on boron nitride colloids and their potential applications in alleviating insect-borne hazards for human health. Looking to the future, he hopes to further explore the use of 2D materials in the medical and technology fields.