The lab’s first visit to an escape room, and we made it out with 2 min 33 sec to spare. Only 35% of the teams that have tried this room made it out in the allotted time (1 hour). Great teamwork! It was a balmy December day, perfect for exploring the city and dining out.
Former Woychik lab Honors Undergraduate Megan Chen (Genetics, German BS May ’17) secured admission into SIX excellent dental schools. Megan will be attending the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. Outstanding!
Former graduate student Melvilí Cintrón (left, PhD May ’17) garnered her dream fellowship in Clinical Microbiology, securing the highly competitive and ONLY Clinical Microbiology Fellowship in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Start date July 1, 2018. Keep on smiling Mel!
Our loss is Emory’s gain. Go get ’em Mike!
Mel will spend the next year working as a Microbiologist in the New Jersey state health laboratory, officially known as the NJ Public Health and Environmental Laboratories, before embarking on a career as a Clinical Microbiologist. Have fun Mel and keep on spreading happiness!
Julia plans to work in Africa in the coming months. Congratulations Julia, happy adventures!
One down, one more to go. Congratulations Unnati!
This deer follows Pooky all over the yard. Looks like the beginning of a fruitful working relationship!
Megan is heading to Bethesda for a year at NIH then off to Dental School. Good luck Megan!
Woychik-Husson Annual Meeting at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School Ender’s Building. The picture is taken in front of a small iron lung and a portrait of John F. Enders, who shared the Nobel Prize in 1954 for discovering how to grow poliomyelitis virus in culture (which later enabled the production of the polio vaccine). Read More