Claire Sise

Undergraduate Student
Claire Sise is a rising undergraduate senior at Brown University studying Biomedical Engineering. At Brown, she conducts research under Professor Joseph Crisco in the Bioengineering Laboratory, and her research focuses on understanding the forces translated across the CMC joint in the wrist during daily activity. At Columbia, Claire is working with Chieh Hou to better understand the relationship between fixed charge density and sGAG content, as well as assist Chieh in implementing his FEBio code. When not studying bones and cartilage, Claire enjoys performing in improv and sketch comedy groups.
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