Mentor Match Celebration

Published: October 18th, 2017

Category: Graduate Student News, Home Page

Mentor Match Group Picture - Fields, Xie, Shotwell, Berglund, Andring, McKenna

Left to Right: Christopher Fields with mentor, Dr. Mingyi Xie; Carl Shotwell with mentor, Dr. Andy Berglund; and Jacob Andring with mentor, Dr. Rob McKenna.

Selecting a mentor to oversee a student’s scientific training and development is a vital first step in the journey towards a Ph.D. The Fall 2016 cohort of Ph.D. graduate students, including three from the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology concentration, successfully selected a mentor and research concentration and the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences recognized this important milestone with the inaugural Mentor-Match Celebration which was held on August 18, 2017.

Dr. Thomas Rowe, Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Dr. Michael Good, Dean of the College of Medicine, and Dr. Bert FlaneganBiochemistry and Molecular Biology Department Chair, along with our 2016 cohort of students and their mentors celebrated this milestone as they further commit to their Ph.D. path.

Fields and mentor

Christopher Fields with his mentor, Dr. Mingyi Xie, and department chair, Dr. Bert Flanegan.

Shotwell and mentor

Carl Shotwell with his mentor, Dr. Andy Berglund, and department chair, Dr. Bert Flanegan.

Andring and Mentor

Jacob Andring with his mentor, Dr. Rob McKenna, and department chair, Dr. Bert Flanegan.