Biology Graduates Accepted to Professional Programs


The College of Arts and Sciences’ graduating class of May 2014 included many stellar Biology Department students who have already been accepted into professional programs around the country.

We’d like to extend our warmest congratulations to the following students as they look forward to the next step in their education:

  • Imad Aljabban – Harvard University Masters Program
  • Simran Bhatti – Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
  • Matt Cluett – Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Daniel Dekoski – Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)
  • Rebecca Farr – Wayne State University School of Medicine, Ph.D. Program in Pharmacology (also accepted into the University of Houston Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences Ph.D. program)
  • Courtney Grocholski – Jefferson College of Health Sciences Master of Science in Physician Assistant
  • Joshua Heyza – Wayne State University School of Medicine Ph.D. Program in Cancer Biology
  • Kumail Lassi – Grand Valley State University Masters Degree Program in Higher Education and Leadership
  • Rachel McCauley – Wayne State University Masters in Genetic Counseling
  • Sarah Richards – Western Michigan University Ph.D. Program in Biological Sciences with a Concentration in Developmental Biology
  • Amr Sabbagh – University of Michigan Medical School
  • Mark Webster – Western Michigan University Graduate School

To learn more about the Biology Department and the careers for which they can prepare students, please visit their website.

One Response to “Biology Graduates Accepted to Professional Programs”

  1. Jennifer Vincke
    June 2, 2014 at 3:04 pm #

    Congratulations BIO Majors! Go change the world!