PINC students are going places!

We try to keep track of where PINC students go and recently, many PINC students have been successful in getting into PhD programs or interesting jobs.

Last year, Cecelia Brown did an internship at IBM Research and started a PhD program at Stanford. Ezequiel Lopez started a job doing data analysis for the SF BUILD program on our campus. But graduation from PINC doesn’t necessarily happen at the same time as graduation from SFSU, so many of the PINC 2018 students are now graduating and going different places. 

Nicole Rodrigues (PINC 2018) got accepted in the Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology program at UC Davis. She also received an honorable mention for her GRFP proposal!
Francisca Catalan (PINC 2018) got accepted into the Bioinformatics PhD program at UCSC.
Sita Chandrasekaran (PINC 2018) is going to be a PhD student in the UCSF-UCB joint Bioengineering program.
Ryan Winstead (PINC 2018) will be doing an internship at IBM Research this summer. 
Mayra Banuelos (PINC 2018) was selected for the Opportunities in Genomics Research Undergraduate Scholars Program at Washington University.
Emily Fryer (PINC 2018) started a job at the Carnegie Institute’s Department of Plant Biology on Stanford’s campus as a Bioinformatics Research Assistant.
Alia Edington (PINC 2019) is going to do a PhD at UT Southwestern. 
Hailey Garma (PINC 2020) is going to the SIREN REU program (Summer Intensive Research Experiences in Neuroscience) at the University of Michigan.
Maria Flores (PINC 2020) is going to the Jackson labs this summer for an REU program.
Caroline Solis (PINC 2020) is going to do an internship this summer at the Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology at the University of Maryland, College Park.

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