Fernandes - 07/02/2014 - 12:38pm - Alumni Update

Hello BDIC administration, I am selected as Albert Einstein College of Medicine's Research and Public Service Scholar. It is a $80k merit scholarship given to individuals with extensive research and/or public service experience. In essence, it is a 2 year full ride to medical school. I was awarded it for my 4 years researching in cognitive psychology, computer science and my 8 years of public service work in India. I plan to continue my public service work in India during medical school and look at opportunities in medical technology.
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Computational Economics


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