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Molly Lorenz

Molly graduated in 2014, double majoring in Biology and Forensic Science and minoring in Chemistry. As an undergraduate, she held internships at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Yale University, and Gilead Sciences. She also worked extensively as a laboratory assistant for cellular biology, within the Biology Department, and several courses in the Chemistry Department. During her senior year, she additionally co-taught an after-school forensics program in New Haven. Since graduation, she has been working at IsoPlexis Inc. as an Associate Biologist, focusing on cancer immunology and single-cell cytokine secretion.

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Amber Bonds

Amber Bonds, a member of the Honors Program, graduated with a double major in Biology and Forensic Science. She will begin a Ph.D. program at SUNY Stony Brook this fall. Amber will conduct research on neurodegenerative diseases, with a focus on Alzheimer’s disease. As a student at the University of New Haven, she studied abroad in Spain and conducted hands-on molecular biology research.

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Lauren M. Paolella

Lauren Paolella graduated with a B.S. in Biology, a B.S. in Forensic Science and a minor in Chemistry. In her senior year, she worked as an intern, and after graduation as a Research Assistant at Yale University and VA hospital in the Endocrinology and Metabolism Research Laboratory. In February, she was accepted into the University of Pennsylvania for the Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Ph.D. program starting in the fall of 2014.

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Bryan Neumann

A triple major in Biology, Biotechnology, and Forensic Science with a minor in Chemistry, Bryan participated in a summer internship at Gilead Sciences in Branford, CT. He is currently studying in the molecular and cellular biology Ph.D. program at Dartmouth College conducting research in genetics and the biochemistry of cancer biology. While at the University of New Haven, Bryan worked extensively as a laboratory assistant for biology courses and conducted SURF and independent research on the effects of exemestane on two-dimensional and three-dimensional breast cancer cell cultures.