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Jennifer Trehey O'Malley '89: I found surgery was not my life's work, but this thing called research I ended up loving.
Laura E. Fernandez ’08: After my lab experience at MHC, I completed a PhD in Theoretical Computational Chemistry and work at ACS Nano and Nano Letters.
My-Linh Nguyen ’13: my chemistry and french background allowed me to connect with my scientist colleagues at the Embassy.
Kelsey Shramma '12 is a third year graduate student, recently published in Nature Chemistry
Emma O’Leary ’16: Biochemistry fulfills my need to be intrigued, confronted with complex questions, and participate in independent research.
Ashley Kosa ’15: my chemistry background was integral to my internship in art conservation and restoration.
Mojun Zhu ’11: my strong science research background helped me better understand the fundamental aspect of medicine as it relates to clinical practice.
Deana Jaber ’05: my teaching positions at MHC helped me discover my passion for teaching and got me thinking about how to become an effective educator.
Barsha Dash '14: Pursuing internships outside MHC to amass technical skills and build connections which proved pivotal for acceptance to graduate school.
Rachel Krueger ’13: as a visiting DAAD fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, I had the opportunity to investigate proton conduction.
Alessandra Geffner-Smith '14: As a MHC student, I gained the academic foundations of my field and the confidence to make valuable professional connections.
Osato Iyore Ayanru ’05: on my Fulbright in Ghana, I studied medicinal plants that traditional healers prescribed to to HIV + patients.
Tenaya Vallery '10: my undergraduate research experiences at MHC were pivotal to my acceptance to Yale.
Chemistry Professor Kathryn McMenimen was on the research team that recently revealed a revolutionary possible approach to treating cataracts.
Lindsay Sceats '11: Preparing for my my senior thesis gave me practice in looking at data with a critical eye and forming my own scientific opinions.
A Zin Oo '06: a rigorous curriculum, deeply engaged faculty and an extremely diverse student body pushed me beyond the many learning opportunities here.
Insun Yoon '09, My research experience inspired me to become a compassionate and competent dentist.
Katharyn Fletcher ’09: my double major in chemistry and german studies inspired me to pursue post-graduate research fellowships in Hamberg.
Natercia Rodrigues '06: it has been a priority to learn within the context of a supportive community that values mentorship.
Rudo Makonza Goto ’13: The interdisciplinary nature of Biochemistry enhanced my critical thinking.
Luong Nguyen ’12: I learned to conduct independent research, program algorithms, and present my ideas effectively to multiple audiences.
Elizabeth Laudadio ’15: lab work taught me to think analytically, seek out new opportunities, and recognize challenges as important learning experiences.
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