Current Students

MMTS Current Students

As a part of the Molecular Medicine graduate program, students not only receive a quality education that spans basic and clinical science but join a group of colleagues and friends establishing relationships and collaborations that can last a lifetime.  Students in the program interact with each other both scientifically and personally from discussing scientific concepts in the student room to attending various student planned activities (movies, ski trips, Lexington BBQ festival, annual hay ride and bonfire, and lunches to celebrate successful outline, pre-lim, and defense meetings).  When one joins the Molecular Medicine program, they become part of a community that supports them through the ups and downs of science, graduate school, and life. 

By joining the Molecular Medicine program you not only choose a stellar group of colleagues, you also choose a great group of friends. Look around the graduate program site, especially our student news pages.  To further explore the accomplishments, research, and activities of our current students, click on the student name below...

   

Rachel Andrews, DVM

Hannah Atkins, DVM

Crystal Bolden

 

 

Eleanor McCabe

Daniel Bracey, MD

Zachariah McIver, MD

Matthew Brovold

 

Alejandro Marquez-Lara, MD

Ayana Martin

Helen Cuffe

Ivy Mead

Ryne DeBo

Jade Mims

Daniel Deegan

Saloomeh Mokhtari

Abritee Dhal

Victor Ortega, MD

Dan Ferguson

Samuel Pendergraft

Courtney Ferrebee

Ricquita Pollard

Meredith Greene

Christopher Stuart

Ian Hutchinson, MD

Kadie Vanderman

Amritha Kidiyoor

Li Wang

Paul Listrani

Bryan Wilson

Erica Lyons

Elie Zakhem

 

 

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Contact Information
Molecular Medicine and Translational Science Graduate Program

Office 336-713-4259

Kay Collare

336-713-4259

kcollare@wakehealth.edu

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