Michaela Greenbaum, a pre-med student, is the Lang Research Center’s second Dr. Holly Anderson Scholar. She is serving as assistant study coordinator for the Type 2 Diabetes GRADE study led by Daniel Lorber, M.D., and Phyllis August, M.D. at the Lang Center for Research and Education.
Ms. Greenbaum is responsible for patient recruitment, conducting patient visits, and assisting with submission of data on study participants to the NIH sponsored study of Diabetes treatment called GRADE.
“I am honored to be named the Dr. Holly Anderson Scholar,” she says. “I am excited about my work as a member of this clinical research team and hope to help shed light on the treatments that can best help patients battle this potentially debilitating disease. I know that the skills that I am able to practice this year as a clinical research assistant will enhance my success as a medical student and ultimately as a practicing physician.”
Ms. Greenbaum earned her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Neuroscience and Biology from Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. She plans to attend medical school in the fall of 2014.
The scholarship was established with a gift from Eugene M. Lang.
The Dr. Holly Andersen Scholarship was established with a gift from Eugene M. Lang.