Agnes Rafalko got her PhD in proteomics and nanomedicine at Northeastern. She now works as the Chief Scientific Officer of Glycomine, a startup she herself founded that works on drugs for orphan diseases.
Divya Bharat Parikh, a Northeastern student working towards her MS in Biotechnology, was honored as a Forbes Under 30 Scholar at the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit.
Samantha Goldman's experience leading group therapy taught her more than any textbook ever could. It also lead to her co-authoring a paper in the Spring 2019 volume of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society Journal.
Marine and Environmental Sciences
Northeastern alum Alexandra Doudera got inspiration for her senior capstone project while studying abroad in Chile. That capstone was the catalyst for Saltwater Classroom.
Two projects by Northeastern students, designed to help astronauts Mars, will be on display at the Museum of Science this weekend. One group of students has built a drill to extract water from beneath the planet’s surface. The other group built a rover to accompany and assist astronauts as they work.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, 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.
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.
Emily Batt graduated Northeastern's College of Science in 2012 with a degree in physics. Following college, Emily worked for Fikst, an engineering consultancy, and then KAYAK, as a product manager. She then returned to school, as a member of the new MS/MBA program at Harvard University. This summer, she will be interning for Google, joining the product management team in the Bay Area.
Marine and Environmental Sciences, Marine Science Center
Ben Moran travelled to Belize for a marine research project, but the project quickly evolved into a marine conservation effort.