Cory has been a graduate research assistant at Georgia Tech and Emory in the laboratory of Prof. James Dahlman in precision therapies. In the DahlmanLab, he developed the screening technologies utilized by Guide. Within his first 2 years as a PhD student (joining a brand new lab), Cory submitted 13 papers, and has (to date) published in PNAS, JACS, Advanced Materials, ACS Nano, and other leading journals.
Previously, Cory was an undergraduate researcher for Professor Richard Gross at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute working on multiple topics in the fields of drug delivery, tissue engineering and bio-based materials. He was also an undergraduate researcher in the Laboratory of Dr. David Kaplan at Tufts University working on kidney tissue engineering for Polycystic Kidney Disease. He has also worked as a member of the Cancer Cell Biology Group at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute undertaking independent research on interactions between cancer cell spheroids and fibroblasts and bioreactor modeling of the immune system.
Cory holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Masters Degree in Chemistry and Chemical Biology from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.