Nancy Andersen - pursuing a Masters in Forensic Science at Boston University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel Blasiak - working at Chapel Hill while applying to medical school
Ryan Bochacki - attending University of Buffalo Medical School. Retured to the department in Spring 2011 to present a seminar to the premed students; providing a lot of information on their experience and answered questions.
Amanda Bostick - began a Masters of Science program at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester IT in the field of Secondary Education of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Amanda has received a student teaching position at the American School for the Deaf in West Hartford, Connecticut from March to May 2008 after which she will return to Rochester to finish her degree. Amanda.M.Bostick@gmail.com
Will Brogan, III - beginning a PhD program at University of Pittsburgh in Fall 2008 working in Ecology and Evolution Dept. with Dr. Rick Relyea. Dr. Relyea is known for his work in aquatic ecology and the effects of pesticides on tadpoles. Upon graduating from I.C. will worked at Cornell University in the Neurobiology and Behavior Dept.with Dr. Kerry Shaw studying the population genetics of field cricket.
- Will is the first primary author on two articles published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry March 2013 & July 2013!. We are also excited to have Will return to the department to present at our seminar series in fall. '13.
Stephanie Cianchetti - applying to graduate school in the Biomedical Sciences
Eleanor Clancy-Thompson - purusing a Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Dartmouth College, email@example.com.
- She also won the 2012 Research Scholar Award from the Joanna M. Nicolay Melanoma Foundation for my research on immune therapy for metastatic melanoma
Jeffrey Doherty -Tool and Fastening Sales, Boston, MA; firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Friend - Ohio State vet school, email@example.com
Kristia Hamilton* - applying to PhD programs
Jack Hammond - laboratory technician at Dartmouth University
Brittany Herits - pursuing a DO at the UMDNJ – SOM while working as the Commissioned Officer – Ensign for the US Navy. She is pleased to announce that she is the recipient of the USN Health Professions Scholarship.
Amanda Joy - volunteering as a middle/ high school science teacher at the World Teach organization in Guyana, South America during 2007-08. She will be in living and teaching in Orealla, a small, Amerindian community in the rainforest interior of Guyana.
Eilan Levkowitz* - lab tech in New Orleans while applying to medical school
Keng Lim - nursing school at the University of Binghampton
Susan Meyer - was a research technician for the University of Notre Dame working in Alaska over the Summer of 2007. Now applying to graduate schools.
Sam Miller - lab tech at a biotech firm. Sam also performs in a local band.
Alexander PaPolos* - laboratory technician, applying to medical school
Erin Pryce - laboratory technician, Clipper City Brewing Co, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dominic Roda -New York College of Podiatric Medicine; email@example.com
Jackie Scahill - as of summer 2011, Jackie has moved to California. She is working at Bet Tzedek in development. She is running a year-round young leadership program, social media, helping with major gifts, and learning a ton more; firstname.lastname@example.org
- She has been assigned to KPCC Southern California Public Radio in Pasadena, CA, for ten weeks during the summer. It is extremely exciting for Jackie to receive this fellowship because there were 125 applicants and 19 finalists. More importantly, it is typically received by a graduate student!
Production Assistant, All Things Considered, 89.3 KPCC-FM and 89.1 KUOR-FM, Southern California Public Radio. Also work at Caltech in the media relations department doing science writing.
Jackie was also invited to attend the 2008-09 Class of Coro Fellows in Public Affairs in Southern California.
Jackie's research article has been published, “Effects of atrazine on embryonic development of fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas) and Xenopus laevis”. BIOS: A Quarterly Journal of Biology 79(4): 139-149. 2008. The work was conducted under the supervision of Susan Allen-Gil and Marc Servetnick. View the PDF of the abstract here.
Jonathan Shares* - working at a drug company
Stephanie Simon - Pennsylvania College of Optometry; email@example.com
Martin Tomov* - laboratory technician at the University of Albany
Hugo Valencia - University of Vermont Medical School
Melissa Wern - TBD Glens Falls Hospital to get experience for a Physicians Assistants Program; firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Werneke - enrolled in the Immunology program at Washington University of St. Louis, email@example.com
Daryll Wilson* - applying to medical school
Chris Wyland - Middle School Science Teacher, Greenwich Village; firstname.lastname@example.org
*Biochemistry Majors with a Biology Faculty Advisor