WISDM Speaker

Stephanie Gaglione, MS

Chemical Engineering | Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering
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Speaking (Panel), Mentoring, Speaking (Presentation), Press Commentary, Co-founding Ventures, Board Seat/Advising, Startup Team Engagement, Academic Collaborations

About Stephanie

Stephanie Gaglione is a ChemE PhD candidate engineering new tools to study immune responses to HIV by decoding T cell antigen recognition. Prior to MIT, she attended the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, completing an MSc in Integrated Immunology and MSc in Molecular Cell Biology with a focus on T cell biology and coordinating the Rhodes Venture Forum. She values the role of basic science in building the next generation of immunotherapeutics and the need for adult STEM education. Beyond the lab, Stephanie serves as a ChemE Communication Lab fellow and enjoys finding ways to communicate complex research to adults and teens.

STEM Keywords

antigen recognition, antiviral immunity, immunoengineering, immunology, immunotherapy, t cells, viruses

Venture Keywords

antigen recognition, antiviral immunity, bioengineering, bioethics, biomolecular engineering, immunoengineering, immunology, immunotherapy, t cells, viruses

Country of Origin


Stephanie's Innovation Activities

Other Innovation Activity

Rhodes Venture Forum, Oxford - Balliol College Graduate Executive Committee

Stephanie In the News

One small step for man, one giant leap for these U of T Engineering students

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Grads to Watch: Meet 14 global engineering leaders

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