My Hoang, my.hoang[at]temple.edu      
 

I was born in Hai Phong, Vietnam, and came to the United State when I was 10. I spent the remainder of my childhood in Atlantic City, NJ. Currently, I am studying biochemistry at Temple University. My interest in science stems from the idea of being able to find answers to unknown questions. I joined the Borguet Group in the summer of 2012 to study and work with Lan Nguyen on the purification of carbon nanotubes and the making of conductive thin films as substrates for cells to grow on. I was interested in the Borguet group's research projects, mainly  because of the possible applications that these nano-materials can potentially have in our daily life.

My was awarded the Creative Arts, Research And Scholarship (CARAS) grant from the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies for the Fall of 2012

My won a prize for the poster she presented at the Thermal Analysis Forum of Delaware Valley (TAFDV). Spring 2013.

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