Michael chose Emmanuel because of its location in Boston and its proximity to the city's "big players," specifically its leading names in the financial industry.
As a junior, Emily participated in groundbreaking oncology advancements alongside peers and faculty in Emmanuel's chemistry department. The experience helped the biology major to see the vital impact laboratory research can have on patients in medical settings. Her undergraduate science courses in biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology-along with her hands-on involvement in laboratory projects-served as building blocks for her immediate appointment after graduation as a clinical research coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital, her graduate-level work in nursing at Boston College, and her current role as a primary care nurse practicioner student at Lahey Health and a breast oncology nurse practicioner student at Massachusetts General Hospital.
"The foundation I received at Emmanuel prepared me to enter the challenging fields of scientific research and health care."