Archive: Student Profile

  • Mohammed Jibriel

    Mohammed Jibriel (G’20) is a Master’s student in our M.S. Biohazardous Threat Agents and Emerging Infectious Diseases program and is a student fellow with the Global Health Initiative (GHI).

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  • Olivia Iannone

    “Olivia Iannone is currently employed by Culmen International as a Project Lead on the Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Advisory and Assistances Support (A&AS) contract.”

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  • Life After Graduation Fall 2019 — Alumni Panel and Networking Event

    The Department of Microbiology and Immunology was excited to host our 3rd Annual Alumni Panel and Networking Event, where our current students and applicants had the opportunity to hear about the experiences and advice from the alumni of our three M.S. programs. Read more to hear what our alumni would like to share with our students and you!

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  • Sally Huang

    “Located in Washington D.C., I know I can rely on my education being up to date with the latest news and policies to influence what and how I learn.”

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  • John O’Brien

    "John also received news that his project submission was accepted for the USDA/ABSA biosecurity and biosafety symposium in February." John currently works as a Global Biological Policy Inter

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  • Joanne Michelle Fernandez Ocampo

    A solid education along with sound technical experience, matched with effective leadership and a compassionate heart are all good things that can help facilitate a fruitful career in this field.”

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  • Rebecca Law

    “During her time at START, she worked on this project on a rad/nuke horizon scan, red-teaming, and threat assessments for the Unconventional Weapons and Technology department (UWT). “

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  • Katherine A. Delaveris

    “Don’t be afraid to talk about your passion for homeland security or genetic engineering of a pathogen for vaccine development; whatever it may be.”

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