Gavin Kress
Resource Employee
310 272 7640 | gkress@ellison.usc.edu
Gavin is a staff member who joined the Ellison Institute for two years as an undergraduate researcher with the Lee Lab before graduating Salutatorian from USC with his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a Chemical Engineering emphasis and a minor in Physics. He was studying the biophysical adaptations of metastatic cancer cells on an artificial extra-cellular matrix with precisely tunable mechanical and physical properties. He now works with the Clinical Trials team on various projects and the Communications team while continuing to volunteer with the Lee Lab. Additionally, he is continuing at USC to complete his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering before attending medical school with the ultimate aspiration to become a Physician-Scientist. Gavin is an experienced EMT who also serves as the founder and president of a nonprofit dedicated to preventing vaccine hesitancy and amplifying vaccine availability.
Gavin Kress
Resource Employee
310 272 7640
gkress@ellison.usc.edu
Gavin is a staff member who joined the Ellison Institute for two years as an undergraduate researcher with the Lee Lab before graduating Salutatorian from USC with his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a Chemical Engineering emphasis and a minor in Physics. He was studying the biophysical adaptations of metastatic cancer cells on an artificial extra-cellular matrix with precisely tunable mechanical and physical properties. He now works with the Clinical Trials team on various projects and the Communications team while continuing to volunteer with the Lee Lab. Additionally, he is continuing at USC to complete his Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering before attending medical school with the ultimate aspiration to become a Physician-Scientist. Gavin is an experienced EMT who also serves as the founder and president of a nonprofit dedicated to preventing vaccine hesitancy and amplifying vaccine availability.