Kate Groundwater ’10 (middle in photo) is currently pursuing her MSN in the UCLA School of Nursing’s Masters Entry Clinical Nursing program. Before beginning her studies, Kate worked as an intern and later a Medical Assistant for Planned Parenthood.
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Sonja Smith ’10 is a PhD student at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, FL studying the ecological role of marine wrack under Dr. Jim Fourqurean. She will soon be participating in a soft-sediment LTER working group – a collaboration of researchers at different long-term ecological research (LTER) sites across the country – and will be representing the Florida Coastal Everglades site (FCE-LTER).
Kareem Husain ’09 recently gradated from the USC School of Dentistry and has been accepted to the Yale New Haven Hospital for a pediatric dentistry residency, which he will complete in June of 2015.
Susanne Marczak ’08 is in her second year as a Research Technician at the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research, Applied Animal Ecology Division, where she participates in a variety of research projects and assists with the administration of the Cocha Cashu Biological Station in the Peruvian Amazon. Her primary research focus concerns a local western burrowing owl habitat restoration program utilizing California ground squirrels as ecosystem engineers to help restore and maintain grassland environments that serve as habitat for burrowing owls.
Emily Adamson ’07 received her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in January of 2013 and will begin an internship at VCA San Francisco Veterinary Specialists in June.
Armonde Baghdanian ’07 completed his MD at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 2012 and is currently completing a year of Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein Hospital in Philadelphia. He has been admitted to Boston University for Diagnostic Radiology, Class of 2017.
Hovik Shilgevorkyan ’07 is currently finishing his 4th year of medical school and has been accepted for residency at North Shore Long Island Jewish (NSLIJ) in New York starting in June of this year.
Todd Marquez ’05 earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2012 and currently provides therapy services to active and retired military in Northern California.
Miriam Segura-Harrison ’04 is in her second year of medical school at Boston University School of Medicine. She welcomed a son, Hasdai Harrison, in January of 2011.