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Where are our alumni?

MMC Biology alumni go on to a diverse array of careers and graduate programs:

 

Anna Patruno ‘14: Research Assistant II, New York Blood Bank

Daniel Emerson Khost ‘13: University of Rochester, Ph.D. program, Biology (Concentration – Ecology and Evolution) 

Ashley Pirovano ‘13:  SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Ph.D. program, Biochemistry 

Catherine Smith ‘13:  Research Intern, African Lion Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild Program

Alexandra Tarasenko ‘13:  Research Associate, Columbia University Medical Center

Mallori Fitzgerald ‘12:  University College Dublin Veterinary Medicine School

Olympia Gaglioti ‘12:  Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine, D.O. program

Beverly Hanson ‘12: Animal Trainer, Long Island Aquarium

Kirtan Kaur ‘12:  New York University, M.S. program, Environmental Health Sciences (Concentration – Environmental Toxicology)

Kortney Rogers  ‘12: Study Coordinator, CCTI Biobank for Translational Research, Columbia University

Laura Anthony Moyer ‘11: Boston University, M.A. program, Pathology

Jasmina Bogdanovic ‘11: Graduate Research Assistant, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (Columbia University M.P.H. awarded 2013)

Laura Herren ‘11: Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. program, Geosciences

Raymond Romano ‘11: Research Analyst, Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer’s Center, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Boston University M.P.H. awarded 2013) 

Zachary Barbati ‘10:  University of Copenhagen, M.A., Human Biology 

Jennifer Lentine ‘10:  Researcher, Pediatric Gastroenterology, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University

Devin Columbus ‘09: Research Laboratory Technician, New York University Langone Medical Center (Hunter College M.S. in Biology)

Leslie Burton McCauliff ‘07: Rutgers University, Ph.D., Nutritional Sciences

Ashley Brower ‘07: Structural Biology Research Associate, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Elizabeth Perez ‘07: George Washington University, M.S., Infectious Disease

 

Watch recent grad Emerson Khost explain what kind of graduate programs you can get into with a Biology degree from MMC: