Wesley Kendall joined the BIOS lab as a PhD student in 2018. He has a B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Rutgers University, where he worked on hollow glass waveguides for high-power mid-IR laser delivery applications. He has also done research at the University of Michigan and Sandia National Laboratories. Wesley's current research focus is in angle-resolved low coherence interferometry for measuring depth-resolved nuclear morphology. Wesley is a recipient of the William H. Hall Fellowship and the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.