Krushi “Bhaswith” Suresh is from Falls Church, Virginia and a biology major and chemistry minor at Howard University. Honored to be a Presidential scholar and a BS-MD scholar, he enjoys his research in exploring extracellular vesicles and microRNAs.
In his free time, Krushi enjoys volunteering for his old debate league and various organizations in D.C. like OneTent Health to prevent the spread of HIV and other communicable diseases. From powerlifting to running and kayaking in the summer, Krushi enjoys the activity as a balance to the rigorous curriculum demanded by the BS/MD program. He also enjoys playing golf in warm weather to relax and connect with nature. A fluent Spanish speaker, Krushi frequently uses his fluency at volunteering events and is always trying to add new languages to his repertoire.
In the future, Krushi hopes to lead efforts related to public policy and drug regulation from the perspective of a clinician.
Krushi B. Suresh (Undergraduate researcher)
Ms. Yodit Goshu is from Houston, Texas and a graduating senior health sciences major at Howard University. She is interested in epidemiology, health disparities, and working to provide care and support to those in underrepresented areas.
I plan to attain a PhD and use my interests to make change by working in federal and international health care agencies to dismantle many of the health issues that arise in our communities and world today. In my free time I enjoy exercising, reading and exploring new cities.
Yodit Goshu (Undergraduate researcher)
Ms. Sabrina Aviles is a senior biology major and chemistry minor at Howard University from Long Island, New York. She will be graduating with her bachelors in May 2023, a year earlier than her program's projected timeline. Following graduation, she plans to work as a certified medical assistant and phlebotomist, gaining the clinical hours necessary to continue into a master’s physician assistant program next fall. She is particularly interested in the fields of cancer research, dermatology, and cosmetic medicine.
Her hobbies include working as a certified permanent makeup tattoo artist, exercising, cooking, and traveling.
Sabrina Aviles (Undergraduate researcher)
Ms. Christobell Wilson is a graduate (MS) research student at the chemistry department, Howard University.
Christobell Wilson (Graduate researcher)
Ms. Kaya Moody is from Newark, Jersey and am a Pre-Med junior chemistry major with a double minor in French and psychology at Howard University. For the past two years I have conducted research under HUPUMMP and been a mentor to other chemistry majors through HUCMP. My hobbies include yoga, roller blading, exploring the DMV area, and crossword puzzles.
Kaya Moody (Undergraduate researcher)
Hanna Wosen is a Chemistry Sophomore major, double math and biology minor on the pre-med track from Silver Spring, Maryland. She is interested in becoming a surgeon and is excited at the prospect of attending medical school. But for now, she enjoys her science base classes and all the labs she attends.
She has been awarded an REU CEBR opportunity at the University of Washington, Seattle and will attend and work during the summer.
Her hobbies include reading historical fiction/sci novels, jump roping and watching new and old films alike with friends.
Hanna Wosen (Undergraduate researcher)
Nicole Ciacciofera, Undergraduate student, Texas A&M University, College Station
Nicolas Lozanno, Undergraduate student, Texas A&M University, College Station
Heather Barreda, Lab technician, Texas A&M University, College Station
Katrina Caszatt, Undergraduate student, Texas A&M University, College Station
Ashley, Undergraduate student, Texas A&M University, College Station
Dae Chung, Graduate student, Texas A&M University, College Station
Kaushik Dey, Master’s student, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Varun Mehta, Master’s student, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Abhishek Gupta, Undergraduate student, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Shivani Narang, Master’s student, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Soumi Ghosh, Master’s student, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur