Program Representatives

We need representatives! If you are interested in representing your program as an MS or PhD student, please contact us at MCGSO, email: gumcgso@georgetown.edu

PhD Program Representatives:

  • Biostatistics: Patrick McDeed
  • Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience: Phillip Gross

Masters Program Representatives:

  • Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Mayowa Sonola & Elizabeth Jones
  • Biohazardous Threat Agents & Emerging Infectious Diseases: Abigaile Staggemeier and Sara Hoopchuk
  • Bioinformatics: Genevieve Parkey
  • Health Informatics & Data Science: Walid Nashashibi
  • Integrative Neuroscience: Zachary Colon
  • Microbiology and Immunology: Natalie Rhone
  • Pharmacology: Victoria Zona
  • Physiology: Anne Haque
  • Physiology, Complementary & Alternative Medicine: Amanda Rebori, Araceli Romero, & Nevada Cox
  • Special Masters Program: James Lee, Margjelë Shala, Nisha Gupta
  • Systems Medicine: Mary Ventimiglia
  • Tumor Biology: Elena Galvano

Program Representatives: Arguably, the most important members of the MCGSO are the Biomedical Graduate program representatives. Each biomedical graduate program has one or two representatives; a PhD student for PhD programs, and a Masters student for Masters programs. The program representatives are responsible for attending all MCGSO meetings and participating as committee members for either or both the Community Programming and Grant committees. If the designated Program Representative is unable to attend a meeting, we ask that they send a proxy representative to vote in the favor of that program in the event of any votes at the meeting in question. If you are interested in representing your program, please let us know!

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