Angevine Fellows Join Pathology This Summer

The Department is pleased to welcome 3 Angevine Fellows this summer: Ivan Kaspruk, Jennifer Mirrielees and Jennifer Tran.

Please join the department in welcoming Ivan Kaspruk, Jennifer Mirrielees and Jennifer Tran, this summer’s Angevine Fellows who will rotate throughout the department between May 30 – August 4, 2017. The ten-week Angevine summer internship is designed to provide exposure to modern pathology practice through a series of rotations in eight laboratories.

Ivan Kaspruk received his degree in Neuroscience with honors from Brown University, and most recently, has been a project manager/implementation consultant at Epic Systems where he coordinated the installation of an Inpatient EMR at a 1,000 bed hospital.

Jennifer Mirrielees received her BS in biochemistry at the University of Texas-Austin, and her MS in molecular and cellular pharmacology at UWSMPH. She subsequently acted as an associate research specialist developing and coordinating clinical trials for UWHC breast surgical oncology.

Jennifer Tran received her BA in chemistry at the University of Virginia. During her undergraduate career, she worked for a group providing free tax preparation to low income families, and was president of a global health organization ‘Global Brigades.’

The Angevine Fellowship was established in the mid-90’s by James Angevine, MD, in honor of his father D. Murray Angevine, MD, who was chair of the department for more than 30 years. We wish this year's Fellows a gratifying experience within the department as they further their medical education!

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