Molecular, Cellular, and Biomedical Sciences Spotlight

Seeking a Better World Through Science
Francesca Barucci ’20 is busy. The biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology major from Fairfield, Conn., is also minoring in Italian studies and chemistry and is a member of the UNH Chapter of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Being the Change She Wants to See
Born and mainly raised in the Dominican Republic, biomedical science major Walkania Santos ’19 is the second in her family to attend college in the U.S. Her plan to become a doctor is rooted in her experience growing up where access to medical care is limited.  
Fast Forward
Enzymes are a complex protein that help speed biochemical reactions. Graeme Lambert ’19, biochemistry major and president of the UNH Chapter of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, knows all about enzymes — and speed.
An Education that Spans Three Colleges at UNH
If you are curious about how to balance the demands of one major and two minors that are all in different colleges at UNH, ask Matthew Rich ’19.
Marble Scholar and Model of Perseverance
Katie Anderson ’20 was recently awarded the prestigious Charles F. Marble Scholarship — the first Biomedical Science: Medical Laboratory Science major to achieve the honor — and joined COLSA's growing cohort of Marble Scholars.
Returning to School to Help Others
Samantha Leef ’19 came to UNH to earn a second undergraduate degree, this time in Biomedical Science: Medical Microbiology.
From Freshman Struggles Comes a Confident and Driven Senior
Alexis Maillet ’19 has wanted to be a doctor for as long as she can remember. Now the biomedical science: medical and veterinary sciences major from New Ipswich, New Hampshire is on her way.
A Dedicated Educator Has Her Dream Job
Find out why this clinical assistant professor says that there is nothing she'd rather be doing than teaching medical laboratory science and helping students fulfill their potenial.
Focused on Finding a Cure
Andrea Cote ’21 may be a triplet, but this Chelmsford, Massachusetts native is having no trouble standing out on her own at UNH.
Taking advantage of all opportunities to shine
As Sydney Snelling ’19 prepares to graduate this spring, she reflects on all the amazing opportunities she’s had at UNH, including an internship at Lonza Biologics for two summers in a row.
When the world is your oyster (literally)
Audrey Berenson ‘19 began working in a faculty research lab in 2016. She's been studying Vibrio parahaemolyticus bacteria in local oysters.
Lonza Biologics intern is fascinated by the human microbiome and it’s impact on our health
Avianna Guerrero is determined to be part of future a scientific discovery or medical breakthrough.