David A. Rubenstein
Dr. Rubenstein was the co-adviser of my master thesis and I also attended his Biomaterial class. As a role of co-adviser, he was very helpful and willing to share his valuable opinions with me on my thesis. His class was interesting, and he always explain thing in easier way. I had a chance to work with him more often when I worked full time in the lab by helping him to run experiments to study the treated platelet aggregation with different agonists. I was able to learn valuable experiment techniques and experiment’s schedule planning from him.