Evan Jelly joined the BIOS lab as a PhD student in 2018. He holds a BS in Physics from The College of New Jersey, and a MSc in Biophotonics with distinction from Cardiff University. Evan conducted research with GE Healthcare Cell Technologies, as well as Florida State University before joining the BIOS lab as a research associate in March of 2017. Evan’s current research is focused towards optical coherence tomography and is active in both scientific outreach and policy initiatives. At Duke, Evan is the recipient of the John T. Chambers Fellowship from the Fitzpatrick Institute for Photonics.