Sarah is a Postdoctoral Fellow in medical humanities. She received her B.A. in American Studies from the University of Iowa, her M.A. in the History of Science and Medicine from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her Ph.D. in Medical Sciences, Preventive and Societal Medicine, from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Her dissertation explored the history of female circumcision and clitoridectomy as medical procedures practiced in the United States since the 1860s. She is beginning to work on contextualizing the history of Oncofertility by looking at it from both a medical and a cultural perspective.
current Position: Research Scientist, University of Hanyang School of Medicine, Seoul, S. Korea.
Megan Romero is a rising sophomore at Tiffin University in Tiffin, OH. She is an alumnus of Oncofertillity Saturday Academy (OSA). It was here where she was introduced to Dr. Woodruff and the Oncofertility research at Northwestern University. She is presently a summer intern in the Woodruff lab and had the pleasure of applying the knowledge that she learned in OSA. By the end of her internship, she wishes to have enhanced her lab skills and experience and learn scientific protocols.
Andy is a pre-medicine Film & Media Studies major and Public Health minor at Washington University in St. Louis. He does social science research for the Oncofertility Consortium.
Current Position: Senior Director, Latin America, Abbott Laboratories.
"Dr. Erika," as her students call her, is the lead instructor for the Oncofertility Academy in San Diego and a full-time teacher.
Kiran Sreenivas worked on various projects in the social sciences as an undergraduate at Northwestern University. He compared surrogacy laws across the nation and worldwide before heading off to obtain a masters degree in Public Health at George Washington University.