Biomedical Research and Health Internships

The Biomedical and Health Internships offer pre-health students the opportunity to conduct research or work in a lab setting with a mentor. Interns are expected to become familiar with the research approaches used by their mentors. At the mentor’s discretion, students may: develop a specific project within the research team; have shadowing opportunities with a health professional; and interact with patients and their families through volunteer experiences.

Click on the links below to explore internship opportunities in these Biomedical and Health areas:

Please note: While we hope all Signature Internships for Summer 2022 will be in person, the final decision will be made in Spring 2022 and will depend on global health conditions.

Eligible class years: Sophomores and Juniors

Supplemental Application Requirements for all applicants: In addition to a resume and cover letter, all Biomedical Research and Health internship applicants must submit an unofficial transcript from Workday as part of their application materials. Unofficial transcripts must be uploaded in PDF format to the online application. 

For more information about our Signature Internships and application process, please consult our Signature Internships Website

 

Boston Children’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

(Boston, MA) internship confirmed for Summer 2022

Boston Children's Hospital is home to the world's largest research enterprise based at a pediatric hospital. Through a long-standing collaboration between Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Boston Children's Hospital, outpatient care for children is provided at Dana-Farber's Jimmy Fund Clinic while neighboring Boston Children's Hospital offers inpatient care and pediatric subspecialty consultation. The two institutions function as one to provide a seamless care experience for children with cancer.

Launched under the support of Wellesley’s 13th President, H. K. Bottomly, this internship is housed in a joint program between the Pediatric Oncology Department at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) and the Division of Hematology/Oncology at Boston Children's Hospital (BCH). All staff and faculty carry joint appointments with the Department of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. This Hematology/Oncology program is among the oldest in the country and is internationally recognized for its research in pediatric blood diseases, cancer, and stem cells. 

Read about Holly Zhu ‘18 sharing an insider’s perspective from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. 

Job Title: Research Intern
Placements available: 5-6
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: In person

Job Description: The internship provides an opportunity for students to learn skills related to basic, translational and clinical research in pediatric blood diseases, cancer and stem cell biology. The Research Intern will select a faculty mentor from a list provided by the Division and will participate in basic research within this faculty’s laboratory or will participate in developing a clinical research effort. The intern and mentor will determine the specific internship goals. The intern is expected to become facile with the research approaches utilized by their mentor and, at the discretion of the mentor, may develop a specific project with a current member of the research team. The intern will be expected to attend all required training modules, laboratory meetings, and scientific seminars as directed by their mentor. Skills that you will learn and/or expand upon may include:

  • Basic research skills: Basic research is laboratory-based research of normal biological processes and the mechanisms of disease. Skills include the planning, execution, and interpretation of experiments and scientific techniques such as PCR, cell culture and gel electrophoresis.
  • Translational research skills: Translational research is research that transforms scientific discoveries arising from laboratory studies into clinical applications. Skills that you can expect to learn from participation in translational research are a combination of those learned from a basic research experience and a clinical research experience. Although translational research is patient oriented much of it is performed within the laboratory. 
  • Clinical research skills: Clinical research is the study of disease, treatment, and outcome in patients. Skills that you can expect to learn in clinical research include the design of clinical studies, managing databases, and data analysis. Sometimes a clinical research experience may involve direct interviews of patients or family members but often will not involve direct patient contact.
  • Communication and Collaboration: Interns will learn to communicate findings and project progress throughout their research. At the end of the internship, the intern will be required to develop a written report of the project and present it to the team.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Background in science and/or scientific research is recommended 
  • Strong interest in medicine, science, and/or laboratory research
  • Willingness to participate in a collaborative environment with limited supervision at times
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Organizational and time-management skills
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving
  • Intellectual curiosity and creativity

Note: If nominated, routine vaccination series need to be current (MMR, varicella, etc) prior to internship. Interns should also plan to be available for a group orientation with other BCH/DFCI prior to beginning work with their mentor/lab. 

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday.  

Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT (Computational Science)

(Cambridge, MA) internship confirmed for Summer 2022 

The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT is a vibrant research organization that brings together scientists from Harvard, MIT, and Harvard-affiliated hospitals, conducting leading edge research at the intersection of genomics, biomedical engineering, computational science and more. Established in 2004, the Broad played a key role in sequencing the first human genome and has since continued to be at the forefront of developing innovative high-throughput screening technologies. The mission of the Broad is centered around improving human health, accomplished by fostering an inclusive, collaborative, and stimulating environment.

Job Title: Research Intern (Computational Science)
Placements available: 1
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: In person

Job Description: The Research Intern will be mentored by Dr. Nir Hacohen and work alongside a computation scientist in the lab to formulate and execute a computational research project suitable for the 8-10 week timeframe. The topic of the research project will be related to immune system recognition of infected cells or cancer cells via presentation of self and non-self peptides on the survace of cells by HLA molecules. You will learn fundamental data science techniques such as data pre-processing, clustering, dimensionality reduction, training, and evaluating predictive machine learning models. You can read some background in these papers (search in NCBI PubMed for these paper IDs: 28228285, 31844290, 28678778). The intern may learn or expand upon the following:

  • Research & Analysis: Together with a computational mentor, learn topic background and get familiar with existing datasets and computational methods, define project, implement proposed analyses, interpret results, and refine computational approach.
  • Scientific Process & Communication: Learn how to set goals, priorities and scope; communicate progress and findings. At the end of the summer, deliver a presentaion about the research project and formulate next steps in the line of investigation.
  • Culture & Collaboration: Participate in weekly lab meetings, meet with lab members to learn about other research questions pursued in the lab, attend institute-wide seminars and events. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Strong foundation in computer science/programming and knowledge of biology. 
  • Experience with computational analysis and programming (ideally R or Python)
  • Strong interest in applying computational approaches (such as machine learning) to health and clinical research
  • Exposure to genetics, molecular biology, and immunology is helpful, but not required

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday.  

Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT (Experimental Science)

(Cambridge, MA) internship confirmed for Summer 2022 

The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT is a vibrant research organization that brings together scientists from Harvard, MIT, and Harvard-affiliated hospitals, conducting leading edge research at the intersection of genomics, biomedical engineering, computational science and more. Established in 2004, the Broad played a key role in sequencing the first human genome and has since continued to be at the forefront of developing innovative high-throughput screening technologies. The mission of the Broad is centered around improving human health, accomplished by fostering an inclusive, collaborative, and stimulating environment.

Job Title: Research Intern (Experimental Science)
Placements available: 1
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: In person

Job Description: The Research Intern will be mentored by Dr. Nir Hacohen and work alongside a wet-lab researcher in the lab to formulate and execute a research project suitable for the 8-10 week timeframe. The topic of the research project will be the study of the mechanisms of the innate immune response to self DNA, and how genetic mutations in the human population in this pathway can lead to the development of autoinflammatory and autoimmune diseases. Specifically, the main focus of your work will be to use novel CRISPR technologies, which the Broad Institute has pioneered, to generate models to study mechanisms of development of autoimmune diseases. You will learn to study immune responses at the cellular and molecular level and to implement genome editing techniques to establish models of disease. You can read some of the background to the field in these papers (search in NCBI PubMed for these paper IDs: 25284779, 33833439, 25401470, 25029335). The intern may learn or expand upon the following:

  • Research & Analysis: Together with the researcher, the candidate will discuss and define which gene mutations identified in our preliminary work to follow-up in the research period. The candidate will also learn how to critically analyze experimental data and to troubleshoot genome editing techniques.
  • Scientific Process & Communication: Learn how to set goals, priorities and scope; communicate progress and findings. At the end of the summer, deliver a presentaion about the research project and formulate next steps in the line of investigation.
  • Culture & Collaboration: Participate in weekly lab meetings, meet with lab members to learn about other research questions pursued in the lab, attend institute-wide seminars and events. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Strong foundation in molecular and cellular biology with an interest in the immune system curious to unravel mechanisms of autoimmune disease development.
  • Some experience with molecular biology and/or cell culture
  • Strong interest in applying novel technologies to study the immune system at the cellular and molecular level.
  • Familiarity with genome editing technologies and lentiviruses will be a plus, but not necessary.

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday.  

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Walensky Lab)

(Boston, MA) internship confirmed for Summer 2022

Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute brings together world renowned clinicians, innovative researchers and dedicated professionals, allies in the common mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. Combining extremely talented professionals with the best technologies in a genuinely positive environment, we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all ages; we conduct research that advances treatment; we educate tomorrow's physician/researchers; we reach out to underserved members of our community; and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals.

The Walensky laboratory focuses on the chemical biology of deregulated protein interactions in cancer, metabolism, and infectious diseases. Our goal is to develop and deploy an arsenal of new compounds to dissect and target pathologic protein interactions using multidisciplinary approaches that include (1) chemical and stapled peptide design, (2) rigorous biochemical, proteomic, and structural characterizations, (3) mechanistic validation in cells and mouse models, and ultimately (4) clinical translation. We emphasize mechanistic biology, including (1) canonical and non-canonical roles of BCL-2 family apoptotic proteins, (2) cancer signaling pathways, (3) high priority metabolic, bacterial and viral targets, and (4) novel helix-in-groove interactions relevant to protein structure, function, and drug development.

Job Title: Research Intern
Placements available: 1-2
Eligible Class Year: Juniors
Format: In person

Job Description: Specific research duties will include experimentation in a variety of areas spanning chemistry, biochemistry, and cell biology. Techniques could include ligand binding analyses, protein production and purification, assays on cells, purified organelles, and cell lysates. The primary area of research focus is deregulated cell death and transcriptional pathways in cancer, with a major interest in overcoming chemoresistance through the development and application of novel chemical tools and prototype therapeutics. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Open to Juniors
  • Interested in gaining experience as a basic science research technician to a principal investigator (PI) who serves as a physician, scientist, and educator.
  • Prior laboratory experience is preferred. The ideal candidate will intend to harness the acquired skills/experience to advance their career in medicine, science, or biotechnology. 
  • Energetic, efficient, and resourceful.
  • Other personal attributes include: high energy and upbeat multi-tasker, supremely organized with exquisite attention to detail, independent thinker and doer, exemplary written and oral communication skills, computer and technology savvy, impeccable people skills a must.

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday. 

Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Dr. Wei's Lab)

(Boston, MA)

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is an academic medical center that serves patients from New England, across the United States and from 120 countries around the world. Brigham and Women’s Hospital is a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and is part of a network that includes 1,200 doctors throughout New England working across 150 outpatient practices. Research internship positions are available in the laboratory of Kevin Wei, MD PhD at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School for the opportunity to join a group studying inflammation and fibroblast biology. Their research group studies the functions stromal cells from patients using a combination of high-dimensional analyses, including single cell RNA-sequencing and spatial transcriptomics, as well as in vitro functional studies and murine models.

They recently discovered a Notch-regulated transcriptional gradient in fibroblasts, published in the journal, Nature. We have also discovered distinct populations of fibroblasts within joint tissue of rheumatoid arthritis patients, reported in Nature Communications. They work closely with the BWH Human Immunology Center and Single Cell Genomics Core to generate detailed analyses of tissue samples from patients. 

Job Title: Research Intern
Placements available: 1
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: To be determined

Job Description: Under general supervision by a supervisor, and in accordance with ​establishpolicies and procedures, the self-motivated individual will perform activities related to the processing and analysis of human and mouse cell and tissue samples using standard immunology and molecular biology techniques, including cell isolation and cell culture, flow cytometry, RT-PCR, and ELISA. Responsibilities also include tracking and organizing tissue and cell samples, developing analysis methods, maintaining regulatory protocols, data analysis, and preparation of presentation of data. In addition, this individual will perform a variety of routine assays and experiments in the laboratory and help in general to maintain lab organization and support laboratory staff.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities include:

1. Process samples for research, including: Processing of tissue samples and isolation of cells; Isolation and culture of immune and stromal cells from tissue specimens; Cell staining for flow cytometry, cell sorting, and mass cytometry; and Aliquot and freeze or thaw biospecimens. 

2. Perform functional analyses of stromal and immune cells: Cell stimulation for detection of surface and secreted factors by RTPCR, ELISA, flow cytometry; Functional assays; and Co-cultures of different cell types.

3. Work independently under general supervision, perform a variety of routine assays and experiments in the laboratory including (but not limited to): Short-term and long-term cell cultures requiring aseptic cell culture technique; Functional in vitro cell culture assays; ELISA; Flow cytometry; and PCR/qPCR.

4. Report on progress of work at laboratory seminars.

5. Prepare laboratory reagents, chemicals, instruments and equipment.

6. Maintain supplies inventory in accordance with laboratory and department procedures.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Background in science and/or scientific research is recommended 
  • Strong interest in medicine, science, and/or laboratory research
  • Strong communication skills (oral and written)
  • Organizational and time-management skills
  • Critical thinking and problem-solving

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday. 

Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Dr. Yu's Lab)  

(Boston, MA)

Brigham and Women’s Hospital is an academic medical center that serves patients from New England, across the United States and from 120 countries around the world. Brigham and Women’s Hospital is a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School and is part of a network that includes 1,200 doctors throughout New England working across 150 outpatient practices. Research internship positions are available in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in the laboratory of Dr. Paul B. Yu.

The laboratory performs translational research with the goal of understanding how bone morphogenetic protein (BMP) and transforming growth factor-b (TGF-b) signals are translated into function by target cells, and how abnormalities of signal transduction and downstream regulation may lead to abnormal vascular cell function, pulmonary arterial hypertension, and musculoskeletal disease. This work lies at the nexus of progenitor cell biology, chemical biology, cardiovascular physiology, and experimental pharmacology. They have developed novel animal models of disease, chemical probes and experimental therapeutics geared towards understanding mechanisms of BMP and TGF-b signaling and treating vascular and musculoskeletal disease. More recently this work has incorporated computational biology and bioinformatic techniques for analyzing large datasets, or “big data.” Their work has led to novel treatment strategies and diagnostic tests that have entered clinical testing. 

Job Title: Research Intern
Placements available: 2
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: To be determined

Job Description: This internship will expose the student to general principles of scientific research, as well as experimental methods of molecular and cellular biology and animal physiology. They welcome applications from highly motivated, independent and entrepreneurial-minded individuals with an interest in developing their skills in biology and science towards careers in the Health Sciences, Research, or Drug Development. Recent trainees have launched successful careers following their work in the laboratory with Medical School and Clinical training (M.D. and M.D./Ph.D. programs), Graduate School (Ph.D. programs), Medical and Research Faculty Positions, Biotech and Pharma Industry positions, and Venture Capital. Previous lab members have published their work in high-profile journals including Science Translational Medicine, Nature Medicine, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, Nature Chemical Biology, and Blood Journal.

Here is a link to their published work: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/18S43cb7kFx/bibliography/public/

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Pursuing undergraduate degree in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, or Physics
  • Highly motivated, independent with entrepreneurial spirit
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
  • Some experience with tissue culture and molecular biology is preferred
  • Excellent organizational skills

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday. 

Rush University Medical Center, Community Health Equity

(Chicago, IL) internship confirmed for Summer 2022

Rush University Medical Center is a 676-bed academic medical center that includes hospital facilities for adults and children. In addition to patient care, education and research, RUMC stays connected to the local community through the efforts of its students, faculty, and staff. These efforts include health outreach projects in which RUMC collaborates with neighborhood clinics, churches, schools and other organizations to provide health screenings and health information for underserved children and adults. At RUMC, the intern will have the opportunity to work with mentor David Ansell, MD MPH and his team. Dr. Ansell is Senior Vice President for Community Health Equity at RUMC and Associate Provost for Community Affairs at Rush University. He is an internal medicine physician, activist, and author. His recent book, The Death Gap: How Inequality Kills was published in 2017 (with the help of past Wellesley interns!). 

Dr. Ansell leads a wide-array of community-based health initiatives focused on the health of Chicago’s uninsured patient population. Dr. Ansell and his team work closely with the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force, which he helped establish, to decrease health disparities between white and black women in Chicago. The goal of this work is to decrease the disparity by improving the quality of breast cancer screening and care for minority women in the Chicago area. He also works with advocates fighting for organ transplantations for the uninsured.

Learn more about Ika Kovacikova ‘14 and how she found her way to medical school following her internship with Rush.

Job Title: Community Health Equity Interns
Placements available: 2-3
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores
Format: To be determined

Job Description: Community Health Equity Interns will support Dr. Ansell‘s team in their work to address issues related to health care access and health disparity reduction. The intern may learn and/or expand upon the following: 

  • Collaboration & the Liberal Arts Approach: Diverse opportunities to be engaged in health and public health, non-profits, community outreach, political advocacy, etc. Throughout the summer, the interns will work alongside Dr. Ansell, RUMC internal medicine faculty, medical staff, community members, and other summer undergraduate interns. 
  • Research & Communication: Support a wide spectrum of projects that range from collaborating on manuscript preparation to interfacing with research participants and community partners in the field. Each intern will work with Dr. Ansell to develop a work plan that outlines goals, anticipated timeline, and final internship products. At the end of the internship, each intern will deliver a presentation about their research and experience.
  • Clinical Exposure: Interns will participate in regular research team meetings and have the opportunity to attend institution-wide conferences, lectures, and trainings.They also have the opportunity to shadow Dr. Ansell in his own primary care practice and at a free-clinic.

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Sophomores preferred 
  • Strong research and writing skills required.
  • Flexible, comfortable working independently and taking initiative
  • Ability to work fluidly and competently in racially/ethnically diverse communities
  • A background/perspective in social sciences, particularly in urban studies, is helpful but not required.

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday.  

Tufts Medical Center and Boston Medical Center

(Boston, MA) internship confirmed for Summer 2022 

Tufts Medical Center and Boston Medical Center are two major academic hospitals that serve a disproportionate share of low-income, disabled, elderly and non-English speaking patients in the Boston metropolitan area. The internship is in the Department of Dermatology at each hospital. If two interns are selected, one intern will be based at Tufts Medical Center, and one will be at Boston Medical Center. The internships are overseen by Dr. Michelle Nguyen, the Director of Dermatologic Surgery, who specializes in high-risk skin cancers, and policy and economics research as related to skin cancer care. 

Dr. Nguyen has worked and published with several Wellesley students from prior internships. Read about Lumi Kinjo ’19 and her experience with Dr. Nguyen in 2017.

Job Title: Research Intern
Placements available: 1-2
Eligible Class Year: Sophomores and Juniors
Format: To be determined

Job Description: The Research Interns will work one-on-one with Dr. Nguyen to develop their own research project relating to skin cancer diagnosis and treatment. The project will be tailored to suit the individual intern's clinical interests, areas of desired professional growth and existing skill sets and capabilities. The goal of the internship is to provide students with the opportunity to formulate a scientific question, design a study, conduct data collection and analysis, and write and submit a manuscript on a well defined and feasible project. Examples of prior projects include systematic review on use of artificial intelligence technology in diagnosis melanoma and atypical mole, impact of Tylenol and oral carbohydrate drinks on sense of well being in patients undergoing skin cancer surgery, management of abnormal moles in the elderly population, and impact of medicaid expansion on diagnosis and outcome of melanoma. Skills that you will learn and/or expand upon may include: 

  • Teamwork & Intercultural Fluency: Engage in other clinical and research activities alongside diverse patient communities and hospital teams including nurses, medical assistants, surgical technicians, residents, and administrative assistants.
  • Critical Thinking & Analysis: Review medical charts and perform basic biostatistics relating to the project. Regularly revisit ideas, seek new information when necessary, and reconsider and refine the research questions or approaches.
  • Clinical Observation: Learn about surgical management of skin cancer through shadowing physicians in the dermatologic surgery clinic of their assigned institution (25% of total internship hours). Gain a deeper understanding of the clinical environment and career demands of a physician-researcher.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Sophomores and Juniors
  • Strong interest in medicine and science 
  • Strong work ethnic and reliability
  • Self-motivated and independent
  • Strong attention to details
  • Familiarity with statistical software (e.g. SAS, Stata) and prior experience with clinical care/trials are appreciated but not required

REQUIRED Supplemental Application Materials:
In addition to the other required application materials—Short-Answer Questions, Resume, and Cover Letter—students must submit an unofficial transcript downloaded from Workday.  

Recent Program Interns

2021

  • Aditi Kannan, ‘22, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA
  • Alexindra Wheeler, ‘23, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA
  • Alyson Wang, ‘23, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA
  • Bilikisu Ayeni, ‘23, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
  • Ellie Gibbs, ‘22, Lurie Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • Emma Anghel, ‘23, Boston Children's Hospital/Dana-Farber, Boston, MA
  • Erika Guo, ‘23, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
  • Hannah Ryu, ‘23, Boston Children's Hospital/Dana-Farber, Boston, MA
  • Rocio Harvey, ‘22, Boston Children's Hospital/Dana-Farber, Boston, MA
  • Zaria Bunn, ‘23, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

2020

  • Elizabeth Mason '21, Tufts Medical Center & Boston Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA
  • Jessie Huang '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Lucinda Li '22, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Riley Choi '22, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Dara Duan '22, Tufts Medical Center & Boston Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA

2019

  • Aliyah Audil '20, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
  • Cecilia Barreto '20, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Connie Chao '21, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL
  • Hanamei Shao '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Hannah Klim '20, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Ifunanya Nwolah '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Leila Mahdavi '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston , MA
  • Chi Trinh '20, Northwestern University, Ann & Robert Lurie Hospital, Children's Research Institute, Chicago, IL
  • Maya Weber '20, Tufts Medical Center & Boston Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston , MA
  • Michelle Shui '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Nina Sachdev '21, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Sue Lee '20, Tufts Medical Center & Boston Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA

2018

  • Subha Baniya ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Scarlett Cheon ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Amy Hsu ’19, Tufts Medical Center, Department of Dermatology
  • Justine Hsu ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Rachel Kim ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Maia Lee ’20, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Victoria Liu ’19, Northwestern University, Ann & Robert Lurie Hospital, Children’s Research Center
  • Georgia Marquez-Grap ’20, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Rheumatology, Immunology, and Allergy
  • Marie Tan ’21, Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Chi Trinh ’20, Boston Children’s Hospital & Dana Farber Cancer Institute
  • Jennifer Yu ’19, Tufts Medical Center, Department of Dermatology

2017

  • Anran (Annie) Li ’18, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Duong T. Doan ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Paige A. Hauke ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Lumi Kinjo ’19, Tufts Medical Center - Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA
  • Sarah S. Moinuddeen ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Charlotte R. Reed ’19, Brigham and Women’s Hospital - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Boston, MA
  • Hope C. Schneider ’18, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Mayla C. Thompson ’19, Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
  • Cindy Y. Zhou ’20, Brigham and Women's Hospital - Division of Rheumatology, Immunology and Allergy, Boston, MA

2016

  • Genevieve Y. Huang ’18, Tufts Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA
  • Hope C. Schneider ’18, Tufts Medical Center, Department of Dermatology, Boston, MA
  • Emily Loucks ’17, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Loren Walensky Laboratory, Boston, MA
  • Eliana Marostica ’18, Dana-Farber/Children’s Hospital Cancer Center, Lindsay Frazier Laboratory (Rare Tumors Program), Boston, MA
  • Gwendolyn Towers ’17, Boston Children’s Hospital, Akiko Shimamura Laboratory (Bone Marrow Failure and Myelodysplastic Syndrome Program), Boston, MA
  • Filia M. van Dessel ’17, Boston Children’s Hospital, Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, Boston, MA
  • Ronghao Zhou ’17, Dana-Farber/Children’s Hospital Cancer Center, Boston, MA
  • Haoling (Holly) Zhu ’18, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Anthony Letai Laboratory, Boston, MA