Amy Pellicano (Biology 2005) is living in Blacksburg VA, where she's at Virginia Tech, enmeshed in her final year of vet school.
Tiffany Schenk (Biochemistry 2006) is an Associate Scientist in the BioAnalytical group at Merck Research Laboratories in West Point, PA.
Nick Keysock (Biology 2007) is a Biologist in Safety Assessment/Pathology with Merck Research Laboratories in Lansdale, PA.
Scott Shelbo (Biology 2007) is a consultant with PharmaStrat, Inc. in Flemington, NJ.
Dan Prestosh (Biology 2006) will be entering Penn State's Dickinson School of Law in the fall.
Bryn Lipovsky (Biochemistry 2006) is in her first year in the Biochemistry, Cell, and Developmental Biology program at Emory University.
Melissa Drost (2005) is in her second year of graduate school at Drexel University College of Medicine, pursuing a degree in neuroscience and studying cell death mechanisms following traumatic brain injury.
Gena Gallo (2005) has just finished an internship in the Marine Mammals department at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago; this fall she'll be attending graduate school at Lehigh University to pursue a degree in educational psychology.
Marie Kozo (2005) is starting her second semester at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School. She also just got engaged to her Australian boyfriend (now fiancé) Vaughan, so her life is doubtless going to be one of mellow relaxation for the near future.
Tara Kiss (2005) is working in the Biochemical Methods Platform in the Analytical Sciences & Assay Development department at sanofi pasteur, "the largest company in the world devoted entirely to human vaccines."
John Loughney (2005) is a Biochemist in the Clinical Development Laboratory at Merck & Co., Inc.
Tiffany Speacht (2005) has taken a position in the QC Analytical Chemistry Department at sanofi pasteur, who seem to have a thing for lower-case letters.
Eileen Weber (2005) is in the accelerated nursing program at the University of Delaware.
Renee Balliet (2004) is in her third year of graduate school at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Renee is working toward her Ph.D. in Genetics in the lab of Dr. Phlip Lazarus at the Penn State Cancer Institute, where she is studying a family of enzymes responsible for detoxification of harmful substances in the body.
Betsy Foley (2004) is doing her veterinary rotations at Cornell University, which currently involves large animals like horses, cattle, and llamas. Ah, Ithaca.
Matt Gerrity (2004) is an Associate Scientist in the QC/Raw Materials department at Teva Pharmaceuticals, one of the largest generic pharmaceutical companies in the world.
Nicole Sabaliauskas (2004) is pursuing her Ph.D. at the Center for Neural Science at New York University.
Megan Zeigler (2004) is in veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania. Knowing that I couldn't come up with anything nearly as interesting as what's really going on in her life, she told me that "you're welcome to add anything you like." But beyond the fact that she apparently isn't studying enough, I'm stumped.
Steph Gervasi (2003) is writing her Masters thesis in Johannes Foufopoulos's lab at the University of Michigan. She's busy "exposing amphibians to variable desiccation regimes to get a phenotypically plastic developmental response, and then looking for evidence of a life history tradeoff, between accelerated development and cellular immune system responsiveness."
Nicole Grube (2003) is in her third year of medical school at PCOM, currently enjoying her rotations in surgery and internal medicine.
John Blake (2002) has just started in a position with the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner.
Jed Moyer (2001) is at Temple University School of Medicine, trying to choose a specialty.