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2018-2019 Cohort

NextGen Professors

This talented group of graduate students and postdocs spans the major subject areas of humanities, social sciences, life sciences, and physical sciences and engineering, and engage in series of monthly professional and career development activities. Learn more about the program.


Rama Alhabian, doctoral candidate, Near Eastern Studies

Mariana Amorim, doctoral candidate, Policy Analysis & Management

Elizabeth Carter, doctoral candidate, Biological & Environmental Engineering

Susan Cheng, postdoctoral scholar, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Luisa Cortesi, postdoctoral scholar, Science & Technology Studies and Anthropology

Michael Dunaway, doctoral candidate, Natural Resources

Fernando Galeana Rodriguez, doctoral candidate, Development Sociology

Ramina Ghods, doctoral candidate, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Robert Gingras, doctoral candidate, Biochemistry, Molecular & Cell Biology

Mohammad Haft Javaherian, doctoral candidate, Biomedical Engineering

Anyimilehidi Mazo Vargas, doctoral candidate, Entomology

Clara Meaders, postdoctoral scholar, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

Oyebola Oyseola, doctoral candidate, Immunology & Infectious Disease

Catalina Pereira, doctoral candidate, Biochemistry, Molecular & Cell Biology

Ana Porras, postdoctoral scholar, Biomedical Engineering

Andrea Restrepo-Mieth, doctoral candidate, City & Regional Planning

Hao Shi, doctoral candidate, Physics

Bianka Takaoka, doctoral candidate, Philosophy

Lin Yao, postdoctoral scholar, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Duhan Zhang, doctoral candidate, Mechanical Engineering