Our group at MIT is involved in fundamental and applied studies related to crystallization, nucleation and pharmaceutical manufacturing.
The lab members, which include the Principal Investigator (PI) – Professor Allan S. Myerson and all the current graduate students, research affiliates, and postdoctoral researchers, are strongly committed to maintaining a welcoming, respectful, understanding, and enriching environment on both the professional and personal fronts for everyone associated with the research group, irrespective of their country of origin, race, gender, age, and religion.
The group has members from around the world who work together and develop a continuing network of at MIT and after they have left. The group fosters collaboration among members and the transfer of experience and knowledge.
Graduate students are encouraged to pursue their independent research work with dedicated support and motivation from the PI. The graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are encouraged by the PI to critically analyze the current knowledge gaps in their fields, and to work towards developing novel research strategies to address unmet practical challenges.
The lab recognizes and emphasizes the importance of diversity and honorable interpersonal relationships to foster the innovative, analytical, and collaborative attributes of all lab members for their individual and group research projects.