Undergraduates

Dhanushi Dedakia
UD Student (dedakiad21@students.ecu.edu)

Dhanushi is the Centennial Fellow Scholar in the ECU Honors College, majoring in Physics with a minor in Biology and Chemistry. She is also the treasurer for the Indian Student Association and Society of Physics Students. She plans on attending medical school after graduation.

Alyssa Patterson
UD Student (pattersona18@students.ecu.edu)

Alyssa is a senior studying to complete a major in Physics and a minor in Math. She is also a member of the Society of Physics Students at ECU. After graduation, she plans to attend graduate school and hopes to pursue a career in Molecular Physics.

Oise Abhulimen
UD Student (abhulimeno22@students.ecu.edu)

Oise Abhulimen is a Chancellor’s Fellow Scholar in the Honors College majoring in Biology at East Carolina University. As an Early Assurance student with the Brody School of Medicine, he plans on pursuing a career as a physician. His interest in oncology began during his experience at a cancer research program through the Harvard School of Medicine. Oise is currently an undergraduate research assistant in the Huarac Lab to further broaden his knowledge in oncology while preparing him for the medical journey that lies ahead.

Sydney Grose
UD Student (grosesy21@students.ecu.edu)

Sydney is double majoring in Physics and Mathematics. She is the treasurer of the Society of Physics Students at ECU. She is also an American-Canadian dual citizen.

Nathan Perry
UD Student (perryna20@students.ecu.edu)

Nathan is a senior undergraduate majoring in Biology. He is pursuing research under Dr. Beltran-Huarac to have a deeper appreciation and understanding of new technologies being developed for cancer therapy. Upon graduation, he plans to attend the ECU Brody School of Medicine and one day to become an oncologist.

Amara Moeller
UD Student (moellera20@students.ecu.edu)

Amara Moeller is a senior at East Carolina University, majoring in Physics with a minor in Mathematics. She is a member of the Society of Physics Students as well as an undergraduate research assistant in the Huarac Lab. She hopes to pursue a career in medicine after graduation and believes this opportunity will help increase her experience in a field she is passionate about and will also better enable her to help people using physics and medicine.