AY 2006-2020 Alumni Career Outcomes (157 Alumni)
Wherever your ambitions lie, you will receive the support you need to follow a path well worn by BCM alumni who have built successful careers across diverse endeavors. A few of our alumni who have gone onto successful careers are featured here.
Tamara Alliston, Ph.D.
Dr. Alliston is a professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of California San Francisco.
Nathan Boles, Ph.D.
Dr. Boles is a principal investigator at the Neural Stem Cell Institute.
Teresa Bowman, Ph.D.
Dr. Bowman is an associate professor of development and molecular biology and oncology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Chi-Hsuan (Sean) Chang, Ph.D.
Dr. Chang is a product manager, Cell and Gene Therapy at Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Dr. Sean McGuire spoke about his experience as both a student and faculty member at BCM when he received the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award - Biomedical Sciences.
Gloria Echeverria, Ph.D.
Dr. Echeverria is an assistant professor of medicine and molecular and cellular biology at Baylor.
Dana Gaddy, Ph.D.
Dr. Gaddy is a professor of veterinary integrative biosciences at Texas A&M University.
Michael Gatza, Ph.D.
Dr, Gatza is an assistant professor of radiation oncology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medicine School of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Antentor O. Hinton Jr., Ph.D.
Dr. Hinton is assistant professor of molecular physiology and biophysics at Vanderbilt University.
Francene Lemoine, Ph.D.
Dr. Lemoine is dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern State University.
Erica Polleys, Ph.D.
Dr. Polleys is lecturer in biology at Tufts School of Arts and Sciences
Michelle Rubin-Onur, Ph.D.
Dr. Rubin-Onur is regulatory lead at Blue Note Therapeutics
Erin Strome, Ph.D.
Dr. Strome is professor and chair of biological sciences at Northern Kentucky University.
James Versalovic, M.D. Ph.D.
Dr. Versalovic is the Milton J. Finegold professor of pathology and immunology at BCM and pathologist-in-chief at Texas Children's Hospital.
Workshops, seminars and courses offered through the Career Development Center help students explore career paths open to individuals with a Ph.D. The center’s staff helps students find opportunities to gain experience and build connections that match career interests. Staff also work one-on-one with students to help them define and reach their goals.
Warren E. Zimmer, Ph.D., discussed his experiences at BCM when he was back on campus to receive the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award - Biomedical Sciences. Dr. Zimmer is director of the Medical Science Graduate Program, the MD Plus Program and the Summer Research Program at Texas A&M College of Medicine.