Bringing Science to the Masses
After witnessing the wave of misinformation during the pandemic, Jade Christman (B.I.S. ’22) wants to make science more accessible.
With experience as a bilingual medical scribe, Gem Johnson plans to travel to South America after graduation to treat residents of rural Peru.
Grace Bendinger (B.S.N. ’11, M.I.S. ’21) was looking for a way to improve patient care on a broader scale. With the Master of Interdisciplinary Studies in Biomedical Enterprise she’ll receive this fall from the Institute for Biomedical Sciences at Georgia State, she’ll be doing just that.
Zahra Alghoul, a fall 2020 graduate of the Biomedical Enterprise master’s degree program in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, already had a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry and a job teaching college chemistry courses, but she wanted to learn more about the business of science.
Khayla McClinton, a master’s student in the Institute for Biomedical Sciences, spent her summer at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub in San Francisco, participating in projects related to data science, biomedical research and biomedical engineering.
An aspiring doctor, Kristina Andrade wanted to gain valuable, practical experience in the medical field during her undergraduate studies, so she secured a job as a medical assistant at a women’s health care facility in the metro Atlanta area and also traveled abroad to Honduras to help set up medical clinics.