Sharon Kim is a first-generation student who received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan in Neuroscience and Spanish. She has over 3 years of clinical research experience and has received first-authorship in a number of publications. Sharon aims to become a physician in the future with a particular interest in the field of obstetrics and gynecology or pediatrics. She has a strong passion for women’s health and strives to work with patients of diverse backgrounds as she continues to educate herself on the socioeconomic and cultural influences on the access to healthcare. Sharon is here to listen to your fertility story and hopes to assist patients through the difficult journey of infertility.
Julia Mieleszko is a first-generation student who received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley in Molecular and Cell Biology, concentrating in Physiology and Medical Biology. During her undergraduate career, Julia was a research assistant at UCSF Medical Center, a volunteer at a free clinic, and a peer educator for UC Berkeley’s sexual/gendered violence resource center. She is passionate about healthcare and advocacy and hopes to combine those interests to become an OBGYN in the future. Julia is fluent in Polish and English and works hard to ensure patients feel as comfortable as possible throughout their fertility journey.
Sabrina Sun recently graduated from the University of Rochester where she earned degrees in Molecular Genetics and Business. At Generation Next Fertility, Sabrina is an advocate for quality patient care through clinical tasks. Sabrina hopes to someday enter the medical field. Sabrina says, “It inspires me to see how Generation Next Fertility empowers women by providing truly individualized and compassionate care. It is an honor to build relationships with patients and to be a part of their reproductive journey.”
Brianna received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology with a minor in Chemistry at the University of San Diego. She has research experience with Generation Next Sequencing in which she compared the high-light response in two different plant species. She hopes to become a Physician Assistant and is strongly interested in general surgery. As a first-generation Latina student, she is committed to helping others of all backgrounds and all levels of privilege. Brianna wants to empower women by providing the best patient centered care through compassion and understanding.