After completing an undergraduate degree in botany, Jess worked for a hospital and a small biotech firm - the experience motivated her to pursue doctoral training at Brown, where she was able to combine her interest in neurogenerative diseases with her research mentor's focus on cell heterogeneity.
Steven came to Brown from Loyola University of Chicago where he studied Biology. Steven decided to pursue a master’s degree because he was torn between going to medical school and graduate school. Steven used the Master’s at Brown as a way to bridge his time and make a decision about his future. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Pathology at Duke University's School of Medicine.
Rebecca, a Brown Undergraduate who studied Biology and Visual Art, decided to do a 5th Year ScM in the Biotechnology Program. During her 5th Year, Rebecca had the chance to customize her curriculum to fit her interests and did a Master’s thesis on bat echolocation. Rebecca also participated in a co-op experience at C.R. Bard, in which she got exposure to the Biotechnology Industry.
Rob, a Rhode Island native, attended Connecticut College as an undergraduate, and came to Brown to pursue a Master’s of Arts in Biotechnology. Rob used his Master’s and Brown connections to find internships and to boost his resume for Dental School. He is currently in his clinical years at the University of New England College of Dental Medicine.
Darcy works at C.R. Bard, Inc. (Davol) and is a mother of two young girls. After receiving her B.S. in Veterinary Sciences from Becker College, and working for a few years at C.R. Bard, Inc. (Davol), Darcy decided to pursue her Master’s of Science (ScM) to expand her knowledge base. Darcy continued to work at C.R. Bard while she worked on her degree part-time. Since graduating from Brown, Darcy received a promotion at her company.