Scientific Research

Ally Eddy ’25

Ally Eddy touring a location.

Sladden Engineering, Beaumont, CA This summer I served as a finance intern for Sladden Engineering. Sladden is a geotechnical engineering firm that specializes in soils engineering and geotechnical testing mainly in the Los Angeles and Palm Springs areas. My focus was learning about the bidding process in corporate real estate… Continue reading »

Jaeeun Lee ’24

Jaeeun Lee outside the hospital.

Boston Children’s Hospital, Loddenkemper Lab, Boston, MA I had the opportunity this summer to work at Boston Children’s Hospital as a pediatric epilepsy research intern in the neurology department. I worked alongside a team of seven other interns and several other members of the Loddenkemper Lab such as the post-doctoral… Continue reading »

Sarah McGinn ’24

Sarah McGinn with a fellow intern.

Temple University, Temple Infant and Child Lab, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I worked as an intern at the Temple University Infant and Child Lab in Philadelphia. I worked as a data collector on the Play Streets/Playful Learning research project, which has been running for several years. The project was to… Continue reading »

Zoe Kaegi ’23

Zoe Kaegi at work.

University of California, San Diego, Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience, La Jolla, CA This summer, I had the opportunity to work as a research affiliate at the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience (SCCN) at UCSD. SCCN specializes in studying brain patterns and neural circuits by analyzing electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings from… Continue reading »

Elliot Kim ’23

Elliot Kim in the lab.

Salk Institute for Biological Studies, Panda Lab, La Jolla, CA The Panda Lab focuses on the circadian nature of living organisms and works to elucidate new information regarding the significance of bodily responses and adaptations to the 24-hour cycle. Over the summer, I mainly interned for two postdocs in the… Continue reading »

Caroline Hess ’23

Reclaim Childhood, Jordan This summer, I worked as a funding and strategy intern for Reclaim Childhood (RC). RC creates safe and inclusive spaces for refugees and local girls in Jordan to thrive by playing sports, working with coaches and building community. I first became involved with RC five years ago,… Continue reading »

Avery Freund ’25

Bard College, Memory Dynamics Lab, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY I spent this past summer in the Memory Dynamics Lab under the supervision of Dr. Justin Hulbert who specializes in cognitive science and the science of forgetting. During the eight weeks I spent working for Dr. Hulbert, I joined the existing research team… Continue reading »

Otto Nicholson ’24

Otto Nicholson poses with fellow interns.

Stony Brook University, Department of Physics, Stony Brook, NY This summer, I worked for the Metcalf Laboratory at Stony Brook University. Dr. Metcalf’s work primarily focuses on the stimulated absorption and emission of light coming from metastable helium. I mainly assisted a graduate student working in the lab, Edoardo Buonocore,… Continue reading »

Zora Vujovic ’25

Zora Vujovic poses with fellow intern and supervisor.

University of Pennsylvania, Department of Neuroscience, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I had the pleasure of working at the Luo Lab in the neuroscience department at the University of Pennsylvania. The broader focus of the lab is to understand how the somatosensory system functions. The objective of my project was to… Continue reading »

Hannah Adams ’25

Hannah Adams working on laptop.

Bespoke Biotherapeutics, San Mateo, CA This summer, I remotely interned at Bespoke Biotherapeutics—a biotechnology startup headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area that is focused on genome engineering and synthetic biology. Bespoke is developing novel engineered B-cell therapeutics targeting solid tumor cancers. I focused on a particular B-cell product candidate… Continue reading »

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