Yuting Pan joined the lab in Fall 2021 as a Pharmaceutical Science PhD student. Her research interest is the delivery of biologics to solid tumors. Before joining the lab, Yuting received her bachelor’s degree of Biomedical Science from Capital Medical University in China and her M.S in Biotechnology from Northwestern University. Outside of the lab, Yuting enjoys running, going on road trips, and exploring new things to try.


Steven Wulfe, PharmD joined the Ghosh lab in Spring 2017 as a PharmD researcher and officially joined the Molecular Pharmaceutics and Drug Development PhD program in the Summer of 2020. His research interest includes the development and delivery of protein biological drugs to solid tumors. Before joining the lab, Steven received his bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Go Heels!) and his PharmD from the University of Texas College of Pharmacy. Steven also is a teaching assistant at UTCOP helping teach in the Pharmacy Practice Laboratory courses, winning the UTCOP TA of the Year in 2022. Outside of the lab, Steven enjoys attending UT Football and San Antonio Spurs games, enjoying the fine cuisines of Austin, and watching the Food Network on loop.

Melissa (Meli) Soto received her B.S. degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from The University of Texas at Austin. She remained at UT where she completed her Pharm.D. degree. She is currently a Ph.D. graduate research assistant in the lab and her current research interests are discovering inhalable targeted carriers for Cystic FIbrosis gene therapy. Outside of the lab she enjoys spending time with loved ones, her cats, music, and exploring nature.

Mae Lewis joined the lab in summer of 2020 as a Biomedical Engineering PhD student after completing her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University (Go Devils!). Currently, she works on manufacturing mRNA lipid nanoparticles for cystic fibrosis. Outside of lab, she enjoys learning Chinese, traveling, and riding her bike through Austin.


Integrating pharmaceutical sciences with bio-materials for drug delivery across biological barriers