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Jae Baek


Jae Baek, BE'17, is an undergraduate researcher in the Harrington Lab working on the design of a trap using sound, odor, and other sensory modalities to capture live male mosquitoes for surveillance and eventual genetic modification and release for use in population control.  Jae is president of and first flute in the Cornell Symphony Orchestra, and was awarded the John James Blackmore Prize for outstanding music, leadership, and dedication. She is also a student supervisor in the Cornell Raptor Program and a teaching assistant in Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering and a Cornell Engineering Peer Advisor.  [BE, Biomedical Concentration, CoE]