Nataliya Pryimych was a post-undergraduate student in the Gamero lab. She received her B.S. in Biology from Temple University in 2020. She worked on a project to investigate the pro-inflammatory effects of STAT2 in inflammatory bowel disease and psoriasis. She enjoys cooking, hiking, and tutoring. She is now attending Podiatry school at Temple University.
Geohaira Sosa (class of 2024) is currently a medical student at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. She is also pursuing an MA in Urban Bioethics in conjunction with her MD. Other commitments include serving as Block Representative and most recently as Temple’s Latino Medical Student Association Mentorship Chair. In her spare time, she loves to paint, enjoys documentaries and tending to her plants and cozying up at home. Though still deciding, she is currently interested in exploring Pediatrics-Gastroenterology.
Phillip Duodu (class of 2024) is a medical school at LKSOM. He is from Edison, NJ and graduated from Rutgers University in 2019 with a B.A. in the Biological Sciences. He worked in a local deli for a year before attending medical school, so he considers himself somewhat of a sandwich expert. In the Gamero lab, he studied the role of STAT2 in colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel disease. In his spare time, he loves to play and watch soccer, biking, video games, watching documentaries and exploring new places.
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