Each month we highlight one of our MSTP students. This month's highlight is: 



Charles Rabolli

Area of Study: Biomedical Engineering
Hometown: Mahwah, NJ


Research interests

My main research interests are at the intersection of molecular and regenerative cardiology, biomedical engineering, and bioinformatics/machine learning.

Awards, honors, publications

Fulbright Scholar in Italy

Long term goals/ aspirations

To lead a multidisciplinary research lab that draws upon the unique skillsets of its members to address challenging problems in the cardiovascular field.

Post MSTP Training dream job

Pursuing a PSTP so that I can broaden my research skillsets while contemporaneously continue my medical training.

Fun Facts

What you enjoy outside of school

Sports, both playing and watching. Pretty much anything outdoors or active, though going to the beach is definitely #1.

A talent you have always wanted

I’d love to be a polyglot. Language is the key to understanding a different culture, and the more languages you speak, the better you can relate to different customs and cultures.

Favorite book

Travels by Michael Crichton

Favorite quote

To give anything less than your best is to sacrifice a gift.

Can’t live without

Coffee. Morning coffee, mid-morning coffee, post-lunch coffee. (Higher coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of death, PMID: 28693036)

If you weren’t in MSTP, what would you be doing now?

Probably be working in industry as an engineer.

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