Where are Chatterjea lab graduates now?
Alyssa Ashbaugh ’14 – is a lab technician at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine working with Dr. Lloyd Miller on developing antibiotic implant coatings to prevent S. aureus infection after prosthetic joint surgery.
Emily Ewan ’14 – is an ER scribe in Minneapolis.
Linnea Swanson ’14 – is a medical student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Akilah Sykes ’14 – is working as an English teaching assistant in French public schools through the Teaching Assistant Program in France.
Kidist Zewdie ’14 – is a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health program at the University of of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Emily Davis ‘13 – is an ER scribe in Minneapolis.
Rose Glenn-Finer ‘13 – is a research assistant at the California Department of Public Health in Vaccine Preventable Disease. She is working on a meningitis vaccine effectiveness study.
Elena Tonc – ’13 – is a first year graduate student in the Immunology program at Washington University.
Anna Trier ‘13 – is a research technician at the National Institutes of Health working with Dr. Massimo Gadina on translational immunology studies in arthritis, muscoskeletal and skin diseases.
Evelyn Balsells ‘12- is a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health program at the University of Edinburgh at the Center for Population Health Sciences.
Madison Mack ‘12 – is a first year graduate student in the Immunology program at Washington University.
Tijana Martinov ‘12 – is a second year graduate student in the Microbiology, Immunology and Cancer Biology program at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Robin Willenbring ‘12 (University of St. Thomas) – is a graduate student at the Mayo Clinic Graduate School in Biomedical Sciences-Virology and Gene Therapy program. She is working in Dr. Aaron Johnson’s lab on viral induced blood brain barrier disruption and the role of Dc8 cells in this process.
Luisa Paredes ‘11 – is the Client Relations Manager at Language Resource Center in North Carolina working with several hospital systems in the area.
Estela Shabani ‘11 – is a graduate student in Microbiology, Immunology and Cancer Biology program at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. She is working with Dr. Chandy John on host-pathogen interactions in severe malaria.
Abigail Wetzel ‘11 – is the Health Program Coordinator at the Ghana Health and Education Initiative.
Juliann Allen ‘10 – is a medical student at The University of West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.
Leonor Añó ‘10 – is a graduate student at Duke University working with Dr. David Kirsch in the Molecular Cancer Biology Program.
Camilla Engblom ‘10 – is a graduate student in the immunology program at Harvard University working with Dr. Mikael Pittet on basic and therapeutic tumor immunology.
Carolina Mora-Solano ‘10 – is a graduate student in the University of Chicago’s Molecular Pathogenesis and Molecular Medicine program working with Dr. Joel Collier on engineering platforms to deliver cytokines in a precise manner to modulate the adaptive immune responses in vaccines.
Grace Linder ‘08 – is a medical student at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Polly Chuntova ‘08 – is a graduate student in the University of Minnesota Cancer Biology program working with Dr. Kaylee Schwertfeger on the role of inflammation in the early mammary tumorigenesis.
Nate Crider ‘08 – is a medical resident in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Carolinas Rehabilitation in North Carolina. He graduated with an MD from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
Udochukwu Obodo ‘08 – is a graduate student in the department of Biological Sciences at Vanderbilt University and works with Dr. Kathy Friedman on formation of new telomeres at sites of double-strand breaks in yeast.
Katelynne Gardner-Toren ‘07 – is a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health program in Epidemiology at the University of Washington.