Mahsa SiavashpouriPostdoctoral Fellow at Sanofi US
Mahsa Siavashpouri is a post-doctoral scientist in the Biologics Drug Product Development and Manufacturing group at Sanofi, USA. She received her PhD in physics from Brandeis University. Her doctoral thesis was focused on molecular engineering of chiral colloidal nanoparticles using DNA origami and filamentous viruses. Following her PhD, she was a postdoctoral research associate at Brandeis University where she worked on implementing DNA nanotechnology to engineer nanoparticles with a mimic of virus capsids for the purpose of drug delivery. Currently at Sanofi, she is developing stress sensitivity scale-down models to understand the impact of processing and post-manufacturing stresses on stability of biologics drug product.