Northeastern graduates Francis Nimick, left, and Amanda Stroiney, right, work at the upstart company Outcomes4Me, where they’re developing a mobile app that delivers personalized treatment information to people with breast cancer. Stroiney says that she wouldn’t be working at Outcomes4Me, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, if not for the opportunity to do co-op at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as part of the university’s CaNCURE program. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology, Biotechnology
Northeastern graduates work at the upstart company Outcomes4Me, where they’re developing a mobile app that delivers personalized treatment information to people with breast cancer.
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Bouchra Benghomari plans to pursue both a medical degree and a doctorate, and eventually serve as an advisor to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Bouchra Benghomari plans to pursue both a medical degree and a doctorate, and eventually serve as an advisor to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Third year biology major Hannah Taylor. Photo courtesy of Hannah Taylor.
Going abroad for co-op seemed scary and intimidating. But that is exactly why 3rd year Hannah Taylor went to Portugal.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology
Jonathan Adorno COS’19 came to Northeastern as a Torch Scholar, thinking he wanted to be a doctor. Now that he is preparing to graduate, he still wants to spend his career doing work that helps people with diseases such as cancer—but in the research laboratory.
Biochemistry, Biology, Mathematics
Two COS students have received the 2019 Goldwater Scholarship. With this award, they will continue STEM research in microbiology.
Jared Auclair, the director of Northeastern’s BATL, principle investigator and the lead researcher for the grant proposal. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology
Northeastern's Biopharmaceutical Analysis Training Laboratory was accepted into the 2019 Competitive Capitol Program, enabling the expansion of the campus and improvement to the biomanufacturing industry.
From a cub to adulthood, this tame male cheetah was hand raised on the Na/a’ankuse Sanctuary. Pictured here, researchers were helping to assist with the FIT (Footprint Identification Technology) project. Photo courtesy of Julie Dobkin.
Some students go for the practical co-op. Others are looking to pursue their passions. Third year biology major Julie Dobkin asks: Why choose?
Claire Celestin, a fifth-year behavioral neuroscience student at Northeastern, is the recipient of a Marshall Scholarship. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology
Claire Celestin, a fifth-year behavioral neuroscience student at Northeastern, is the recipient of a Marshall Scholarship.
Professor Dagmar Sternad studies human movement with Boston ballet dancers in her lab on January 9, 2019. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology, Physics
Dagmar Sternad is looking to ballet dancers to find answers for people with disabilities through studies of human motor control and learning.
Top row (Left to Right): A transition from normal epithelial cells in a honeycomb pattern to shifted cells. This transition leads to increasing disorder in their shapes. Bottom row: Simulated patterns from the theoretical vertex model recapitulate cell shapes and topologies. Experimental images are adapted from
Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez & Jennifer A. Zallen, Current Biology Volume 18 Issue 4 Pages 163-165, (2008)
Assistant Professor of Physics Max Bi helped develop a model of cell behavior, explaining why certain conditions cause epithelial cells to transition from a solid to a fluid-like state.