Fady Soliman

Fady Soliman

Fady is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences, pursuing a double major in Cell Biology & Neuroscience and Applied Kinesiology. He works as an Aresty RA in Dr. Panettieri’s lab, studying the effects of the industrial toxicant, dinitrocholorobenzene (DNCB) on human airway smooth muscle cells and asthma exacerbations. During his time with Dr. Panettieri, he utilized Cell Culturing Techniques, Western Blotting and PRISM to generate time course graphs for the phosphorylation levels of various proteins involved in smooth muscle contraction, to devise the pathways affected by DNCB. Fady is also a FIGS Instrcutor for Fall 2017 and after graduation, he plans on pursuing a career in medicine and becoming a Cardiothoracic Surgeon.