“Few of my graduate student colleagues can say they had such a fruitful undergraduate experience compared to me. While at MMC, I was able to present seven scientific posters at regional and national conferences. I had the opportunity to participate in two academic talks, and I was also co-author of one publication on organ donation. Since leaving MMC, I have used the skills daily that were taught to me by MMC faculty, ranging from time-management, to critical thinking, and applying concepts of physiology.”
Raymond Romano graduated from MMC with a B.S. in Biology in 2011. He received his Master’s in Public Health from Boston University in 2013, then went on to earn his M.S.N (Masters of Science in Nursing) degree from Vanderbilt University. In 2015, he was board-certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. He is currently a doctoral student in Nursing Science at Vanderbilt. He also conducts research at the university in the Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer’s Center and has co-authored four research articles in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Class Year and Major
Class of 2011, Major in Biology