Event Phone: (212) 729-2906
Join us for the Professional Lunch Series!
During this 1 hour session, you will eat and drink while learning from a variety of professionals, some Macaulay Honors College alums and others throughout different industries. Each speaker, brings a new perspective and set of tools to provide advice on the best strategies to follow your path and meet your career goals. They will share stories from their undergraduate experience to their present-day role. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions in this informal discussion.
CUNY students are welcomed to attend as well but must bring a CUNY ID and can RSVP here.
For this week’s speaker, please see the information below.
Muhammad Shoaib is currently an MD/PhD candidate at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell and a former graduate of Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College. He is working in the Critical Care Physiology Lab on investigating the pathophysiology of cardiac arrest in order to help design more effective therapeutic agents. His goal is to pursue a career combining clinical medicine and basic science by practicing in a critical care specialty as well as establishing his own lab. He is the President of the Young Investigator’s Society at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research as well as a member of the admissions committees at the Zucker School of Medicine and Macaulay at Hunter. He also assists in teaching first year medical students at the school of medicine in his spare time.
Free Food and Drink!