In August 2020, a group of clinical research coordinators, research assistants, and research technicians/technologists from across Mass General Brigham (MGB) came together to establish the Post-Baccalaureate Association (PBA). The goal of the PBA is to facilitate community building and organize professional development programs to support our time at MGB, while preparing us to transition into professional careers, graduate schools, or wherever our wide and diverse interests take us!

Unified by our post-baccalaureate pursuits at MGB, we aim to support our members with their future career oaths, serve as a bridge to internal and external resources, and establish a networking community where we can socialize, grow, and learn from both our shared experiences and diversity of thought.

Board

The Post-Baccalaureate Association (PBA) is organized by a group of volunteers across the Mass General Brigham system:

AMRITHA HARIKUMAR
Alumni

• Mentorship

ANNA LUDDY
Neurology

• Mentorship
• Community Outreach

AUTUMN BOUTIN
Neuroendocrine Unit

• Diversity and Belonging

CHRIS ALBA
Mongan Institute

• Diversity and Belonging
• Speaker Series

EMILY LOGAN
Center for Genomic Medicine

• Mentorship
• Social Events

FRANCESCA GIACONA
Pulmonary/Critical Care

• Mentorship

FELICIA PETTERWAY
Neuroendocrine Unit

JESSICA WANG
Cardiovascular Research Center

• Community Outreach
• Social Events

JOELY CENTRACCHIO
Cancer Center

• Community Outreach
• Speaker Series

JORDAN ZIMMERMAN
Psychiatry, Neuroimaging

• Speaker Series

SAMUEL CARR
Neurology

• Mentorship

ADITYA DATYE
Neurology

• Mentorship

CLAIRE COOK
Rheumatology, Allergy, & Immunology

• Mentorship

GRACE SASSANA
Endocrine Unit

• Mentorship

LUCIA COSTANZA
Pediatric Allergy & Immunology

• Community Outreach
• Speaker Series

MARK CHICOTE
Neuroendocrine Unit

• Communications

MADDIE KELIN
Anesthesia

• Social Events

MADDIE KUPPE
Neurology

• Speaker Series

MANLIN SHAO
Anesthesia

• Mentorship

MICHAEL GALETTA
Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine

• Mentorship

NAGENDRA GUDIPATI

• Mentorship

NATALIA HADAWAY

• Diversity & Belonging

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact pbainfo@research.mgh.harvard.edu.