Ph.D. Student, CBE

Chang graduated from Texas A&M in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. As an undergraduate, his research interests involved the computational design and simulation of functional biomaterials, along with the synthesis of novel technologies for oil mitigation. When outside the lab, his hobbies include attending classical concerts (having grown up with the viola), and playing table tennis.

Currently as a PhD student in the Brangwynne group, Chang is interested in studying the connections between protein phase separation and biological processes. With phase behavior linked to cellular organization with functional implications, he utilizes various experimental techniques to investigate its role in proper and aberrant cellular maintenance.