Audrey is from Laconia, NH. She graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science Studies and minor in Psychology. She went on to pursue a Professional Science Master’s Degree in Health Care Genetics at the University of Connecticut, graduating in 2016. As an undergraduate student, Audrey developed an interest in cancer genetics, after interning at the Yale Cancer Center for Genetic Counseling. During graduate school, she completed an internship in Community Health Education at Dartmouth’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center, and worked as a Patient Experience Coordinator at a hospital in her hometown, before coming to Rutgers.
Why she chose Rutgers:
I chose Rutgers for a variety of reasons: location, program structure, the ability to be involved in research, clinical rotation sites, the faculty and program director, and the overall positive experience I had during interviews.