Chloe Mesa: The Day After Graduation I’ll Be On A Flight To Zimbabwe

Master's of Science in Immunology and Infection student Chloe Mesa will be leaving the United States for the first time to volunteer in Zimbabwe.
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Kristen McConnell: From Mechanical Engineer to Medical Physicist

As a therapeutic medical physicist, Kristin McConnell works at the radiation oncology clinic at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center.
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Nourhan Abdelfattah Works On Children’s Cancer Research

Children's Cancer researcher Nourhan Abdelfattah would like to start a STEM careers awareness program to introduce female high-school students to different STEM careers in Egypt. She was recently accepted into the Schlumberger Faculty for The Future women's leadership program.
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Brian Iskra: The Perennial Quest

M.D./Ph.D. student Brian Iskra grew up going to the doctor. He was 10 years old when he found out that he had glaucoma in his right eye.
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Brett Ipson: Making A Difference in Children’s Lives

M.D./Ph.D. graduate student Brett Ipson talks about how he decided he wanted to be a pediatrician and a researcher.
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Nathan Mitchell Works To Find More Effective Antidepressants For Kids

Nathan Mitchell is working to develop new antidepressants that will treat childhood and adolescent depression more effectively.
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Dr. Maria Danet Lapiz Bluhm: A Fourth Degree in A Fourth Continent

With a degree from three different continents, Dr. Maria Danet Lapiz Bluhm just completed her fourth degree.
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The Seeds of Medicine and Science

M.D./Ph.D. student Eithan Kotkowski had an epiphany as he promoted science to his elementary school pupils. In that moment, he realized he needed to pursue his own passion for science.
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