Spring 2019 Clinical Research Internship Program

The University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center Clinical Research Internship program, now in its second year, focuses on connecting students with clinical research through specific projects and initiatives. Read about this year’s class of interns, and stop by the K3/6 open area to say hi!

Sabrina Kabakov

Working Group: GI
In the future I hope to become an occupational therapist. I hope to learn more about the administration of clinical trials and how successful they can be.
Fun fact: I enjoy doing CrossFit.

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Tiffany Lam

Working Group: Fiscal
I hope to pursue the medical field and be able to find my own way to help lots of people.
At my time at the cancer center, I would like to learn how to manage different responsibilities and work more efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
Fun fact: I used to pole vault!

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Christopher Waring

Working Group: Heme/Oma
Once I graduate I’m hoping to work in with clinical trials in some capacity and then potentially apply to Medical school. I love working with kids so I’m hoping to work more with children and long-term illness. I’m really looking forward to learning about some of the newest medicines and how they adapt and change as they develop!
Fun Fact: I grew up literally next door to Lambeau Field

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Caroline Roble

Working Group: Heme/Oma
I’m currently a senior at UW-Madison studying Neurobiology and Psychology hoping to become a physical therapist in the future. I’m excited to work as an intern in the UW Carbone Cancer Center and learn about the types of clinical research happening within each department.
Fun fact: I studied abroad for a semester in England!

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The interns have been given preliminary assignments but we’re always looking for new ways to challenge them. If you have a project you need help with please see Brea Hoglund in the front office!