Angelo Osofsky is a graduate of Harvard University with a degree in Human Developmental & Regenerative Biology with a minor in Global Health & Health Policy and Spanish. At Harvard, Angelo worked as a nationally certified EMT with Crimson EMS, providing emergency medical care alongside Cambridge’s ambulance service. As a research assistant in the Whited Lab, Angelo investigated how the nervous system contributes to limb regeneration in axolotl salamanders and hope to identify factors driving systemic cell cycle re-entry. For the Summer of 2021, Angelo was awarded the Herchel Smith Undergraduate Fellowship to develop a novel method of culturing axolotl limb explants, which would establish the first in vitro model to research limb regeneration. Moreover, he has provided company and enrichment activities to pediatric patients at Tufts Medical Center to relieve the effects of hospitalization on children as a board-member for Project Sunshine. Angelo also competed as a member of the Harvard Curling Club, which placed 3rd in the 2020 National College Curling Championships. Angelo graduated from Regis High School, an all-scholarship Jesuit high school with honors and accelerated curriculum. Angelo looks forward to a career in Medicine. In Fall 2022, he will begin at NYU Medical School.
High school: Regis High School
Harvard CollegeCambridge, MA
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