Logan Greenblatt: Logan graduated from Bates College in May 2014 with a degree in Chemistry and Art, after which he joined the Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital as a Clinical Research Coordinator from 2014-2017. Logan worked on several aims of bariatric research examining the changes in bone following different forms of bariatric surgery. Logan likes to spend his free time racing triathlons and whipping up new concoctions in the kitchen. He is currently attending St. George University School of Medicine.
Navin Jayaswal: Navin worked with our group as a summer research intern in 2017, as a participant in MGH Clinical Research Center Summer Student Program. His primary focus was assisting with our studies of fecal microbiota transplant and metabolism. He is currently an undergraduate at Rutgers University (class of 2019).
Elizabeth Monis: Elizabeth graduated from Brandeis University in 2013. She was a Clinical Research Coordinator at the MGH Endocrine Unit from 2013-2016, where she worked on research projects involving bariatric surgery and novel treatments for hypoparathyroidism. She is currently attending the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2016.
Adam Roy: Adam graduated from Holy Cross University in 2011. After a gap year in which he played semi-professional hockey, he worked in our group as a Clinical Research Coordinator from 2012-2013, working on a variety of projects studying the impact of bariatric surgery and cystic fibrosis on skeletal health. Adam recently graduated from Tufts Medical School.
Chantel Baldwin: Chantel was a Clinical Study Coordinator from 2011-2012, during which she worked on studies investigating phosphate metabolism and our bariatric surgery projects. She subsequently attended the MGH Institute of Health Professionals Nursing Program
Caroline Rourke: Caroline volunteered as a research intern in the summers of 2014 and 2015. She graduated from Brandeis University in 2017 and is currently working as a research coordinator at Boston Children's Hospital.