2015

CLIMB UP Fellows 2015- Where are they now?

CLIMB UP 2015 sporting their tee-shirts designed by Stacie Arechavala

Kaleish Ambris Public Health Sanitarian, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Yiran An PharmD Program, University at Buffalo
Stacie Arechavala  M.Eng., Duke University
Laura Baratta  2016 Graduate, Chemistry, Temple University 
Brett Blizzard 2016 Graduate, Mathematics, University at Buffalo
Karla Boeta-Lopez  MD Program, Ross Medical School
Christine Breindel  DDS Program, University at Buffalo 
Maisa De Sousa Dos Santos  2016 Graduate, Universidade Federal do PiauĂ­
Christian Dohring  2016 Graduate, Rochester Institute of Technology 
Aaliyah Gibbons  MS Program in Biomedical Sciences, Drexel University College of Medicine
Aliyah Glover  2017 Graduate, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 
Aswad Jackson  Senior, Tougaloo College; UB EOPIM
Gabriel Kelly  2016 Graduate, University at Buffalo
Jacob Khuri  MPH Program, Imperial College London
Rebecca Lee  Staff, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Dian Lin  PharmD Program, University at Buffalo
Berta Luis Sanchez  2016 Graduate, California State University San Marcos 
Courtney Mangum  MD Program, University at Buffalo; UB EOPIM
Emily Marra  MD Program, Case Western Reserve University 
Jacob Milling  MD Program, University at Buffalo
Christina Moore  2017 Graduate, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 
Kendrique Morgan  2017 Graduate, Tougaloo College 
Benita Okeke  2016 Graduate, Miami Dade College 
Janet Park  DDS Program, SUNY Stony Brook
Elizabeth Penner  MS Program, Biomedical Sciences, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center
Angelica Rivera  HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program, University of California at Berkeley; UPR, Cayey
Lindsay Robinson  PhD Program in Chemistry, Univesity of Minnesota
Yaritza Velez Burgos  PharmD Program, Notre Dame of Maryland University Pharmacy School
Kaliana Veros  BS/MS Program in Pharmacology, UB
Natalie Weimer  PhD Program in Social Psychology, Stony Brook University
Rashaun Williams  2016 Graduate, CUNY Brooklyn College