When I was about 6, my great-grandmother, who was a public-school science administrator, showed me a bird’s feather under a microscope. Seeing it up close was pretty spectacular and moving for me. Since then, I’ve been curious about understanding the many forces and phenomena around us that can’t readily be seen. The small community feel of the Gerstner Sloan Kettering program was a major factor in my decision to enter the program. The relatively small size of the student body facilitates developing more meaningful relationships with your peers. GSK students try to cultivate an environment where everyone looks out for each other.
Grayer Fellowship (2013-2014)
Robert B. Catell Fellowship (2012-2013)