Mu Delta has dozens of alumni, scattered from coast to coast and everywhere in between.
Below is a list of a few things our graduates are currently up to.
Aaron Chin – UCSF Medical School. During his gap year he worked as a clinical research assistant for a UCSF neurosurgeon.
AJ Mells – Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.
Alex Iteen MD - Emergency Medicine Resident Naval Medical Center San Diego
David Diaz – UCSF School of Medicine.
Eric Nguyen - Creighton University School of Medicine
Garrett Brinkley – Worked in a bioengineering lab at UCLA, gaining a few publications in medical research. Currently attending the UABSOM MSTP program.
Jonathan Mills – University of New Mexico School of Medicine.
Marcus Vicari - Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Maxwell Jensen - MS3 at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Company Commander of Army Class of 2020
Pasha Rhabari – Currently working as a ER scribe at cottage hospital, volunteering as a communications team member and a scribe for DWW, and also helping a doctor with his cancer research. Pasha will be applying to medical school this coming June.
Ryan Isaac – Sacklar School of Medicine, Tel Aviv, Israel. During his gap year he worked in clinical research on prostate cancer.
Robert Burt – USC Keck School of Medicine. During his gap year he worked as a tutor and as a medical scribe.
Robert Parker - 1st year medical student at UCSF School of Medicine
Sam Thomas-Pate - Pursuing an MS in Microbiology and Immunology at Colorado State University.
Sean Stephens - Currently attending a post bacc program at UCSD.
Shayan - Working as a research assistant in a Marine Biotechnology group, the Waite Lab, studying a liquid material phase known as coacervates. This material has been identified as a crucial mechanism for wet environment adhesion, with implications for developing smart hydrogels, dental adhesives, and targeted drug delivery: “My intentions are to develop novel "positive" materials to be used in product manufacturing and architecture. My interest in public health that blossomed in college lead me to realize how I could make impacts to a larger audience by improving the everyday materials that can be deleterious to our health, human rights, and biosphere.”
Tyler Isa- USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy
Tony Tapia - Spent the past year and a half working at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital as an ER tech, while applying/interviewing for med school. Tony got accepted into Michigan State University’s medical school program. The program he is in is a one year post-bacc, with direct admission into the medical school the following year! So he will be entering the medical school class of 2019!
Tyler Toth – USC Keck School of Medicine.
Tyler Jean – Currently still training for the Olympic Swimming Trials in June of 2016 with the UCSB swim team. He is working part-time at William Sansum Diabetes Center as a clinical research assistant under the artificial pancreas project. He also works part-time at the Neuroscience Research Institute as a research assistant in the Coffey lab at UCSB; research focuses on stem cell regeneration of retinal pigmented epithelial cells in macular degeneration. Additionally, he is working as a student-assistant for ESS 3, nutrition for health. Tyler plans on applying to Naturopathic medical schools next year to enroll in the fall of 2017.
Tuan Phan– 2nd year medical student at Tulane
Will Mehring- USC Keck School of Medicine
Willis Wong - Duke University School of Medicine
William Thi - UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine
William Tobolowsky - John Hopkins School of Medicine