Dr. Allison Simi *18 is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the large molecule organization at Janssen (J&J), where she investigates new ways to target immune cells in cancer and autoimmunity. She did her doctoral research in Celeste Nelson's lab in Chemical and Biological Engineering which she joined immediately after a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from MIT in 2012.
In addition to science, Allison has passions for communication and leadership, and while in graduate school gained experiences in academic administration, non-profit leadership, and external program development. Allison served as a University Administrative Fellow for Princeton Research Day which combined several of her interests. It's not unlikely that you've heard her voice coming out of Dillon Gym while walking around campus; Allison's main hobby is teaching group fitness.