Master’s Graduate Combines Love for Data With Research
Kotryna Diktonaite (M.I.S. ’23) wanted to pursue a career that focused on both research and data, so she completed an online certification in data analysis in addition to her regular coursework.
Biotechnology Co-Op Sparks Interest in Research Career
After landing a co-op at Moderna, Rika Semalty (M.I.S. ’23) knew she wanted to pursue a career as a research scientist.
Aspiring Physician Dreams of Opening Own Medical Clinic
Liya Moges (B.I.S. ’23) is one step closer to fulfilling her lifelong dream of becoming a physician and opening her own medical practice.
Master’s Graduate Builds Career Focused on Business of Science
After earning a science degree and having a variety of jobs in different industries for 10 years, Jennifer Rangelov (M.I.S. ’22) returned to school to take her career to the next level.
Leading By Example
Carolin Lieber, a Ph.D. student in the Translational Biomedical Sciences program and the recipient of the prestigious Rosalind Franklin Society Award in Science, strives to be a role model.
Persistence Opens Doors to Dream Career
Khayla McClinton (M.I.S. ’21) has a thriving research career as a clinical trials associate at Seattle-based Sana Biotechnology and gives back to Georgia State students through her mentoring program.
Family Healthcare Experiences Inspire Career as Physician Assistant
After facing many health challenges in his own family and watching his relatives care for other patients, Christopher Nava (B.I.S. ’23) dreams of becoming a physician assistant.
Sustainability Advocate Finds Route to Logistics Career
Passionate about business and healthcare, Annabel Winn (B.I.S. ’23) has set her sights on a career in supply chain management and logistics in the healthcare field.
Junsik Sung has wanted to become a scientist since he was 5 years old. His lifelong dream is coming true this fall as he graduates with a Ph.D. in Translational Biomedical Sciences from the Institute for Biomedical Sciences.