Congratulations to recent PROTECT graduates!

Ten PROTECT trainees recently graduated from their respective programs. We would like to congratulate them on their accomplishments, thank them for their service in PROTECT, and wish them well in the next step in their careers!

Miguel Anzalota (Core C) completed his MPH degree at the University of Puerto Rico and recently started at the School of Medicine at the Universidad Central de Bayamon.

Erica Boldenow (Project 2) earned her PhD from the University of Michigan and is now a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Brenda Castro (Core C) completed her MS degree at the Unversity of Puerto Rico.

Adrienne Cheng (Project 2) completed her MS degree at the University of Michigan. She is now a PhD candidate in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Kelly Ferguson (Project 1) earned her PhD and is now participating in PROTECT as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan.

Natacha Guilloty (Core C) completed her MPH at the University of Puerto Rico.

Liliana Martinez (Core C) completed her MS at the University of Puerto Rico and is now an administrator at Pavia Hospital in San Juan, PR.

Suely Roman (Core C) completed her MPH degree at UPR and recently started at the School of Medicine at the University San Juan Bautista in Caguas, PR.

Esteban Romero (Core C) completed his MPH at the University of Puerto Rico and is now an administrator of the Hospital San Francisco in PR.

Carlos Vergara (Core C) completed his MPH at the University of Puerto Rico.

Congratulations to all of our alumni!