Natalie Noll:
Analysis of Humira, Electro-Acupuncture, and Pulsatile Dry Cupping on Reducing Joint Inflammation in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Natalie Noll PictureNatalie Noll is a senior in the Honors College, majoring in Biomedical Engineering, with minors in Chemistry and Mathematics. Her journey with research began with her interests in alternative medicine and how effective they are compared to prescribed drug treatments. While her interests have shifted away from drugs towards engineering, Natalie continues her research by working in Dr. Daniel Conway’s cellular engineering lab in the Biomedical Engineering Department at VCU.
Natalie plans to attend graduate school and to obtain a PhD in Biomedical Engineering after graduation in the spring of 2016. Natalie currently serves as the treasurer of the Society of Women Engineers at VCU and will be presenting her research at the national Biomedical Engineering Society conference this fall.

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