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IAP Health: Michelle Peng (’27)

My name is Michelle Peng, and I am a first-year student at MIT planning on majoring in materials science and engineering with a focus on bioengineering. For the month of…

IAP Health: Charvi Sharma (’24)

Mens et Manus. Mind and Hand. This IAP, I had the incredible opportunity to dive first-hand into this mission through The Autism Program at Boston Medical Center (BMC) – the…

PKG IAP:Health featured in MIT News!

Full immersion in health care for MIT students Students working in Boston Medical Center’s Autism Program make an impact while experiencing the whirlwind atmosphere of a hospital. Zach Winn | MIT News…

IAP Health: Jeffrey Kwon (’26)

Through the PKG Center, I had the opportunity to work at the Boston Medical Center (BMC) to assist with the various needs of the Autism Program this IAP. Although the…

IAP Health: Katherine Xie (’26)

Hi! My name is Katherine Xie, and I am a first-year student at MIT planning to major in computer science and cognitive science. During this IAP, I interned at the…

IAP Health: Pari Latawa (’26)

I’m Pari Latawa, a freshman at MIT pursuing Course 6-7 (Computer Science & Molecular Biology).During IAP-2023, I worked with the Boston Medical Center (BMC) Autism Program in the Resourcesteam. The…

IAP Health: Sabrina Meng (’24)

My PKG IAP Health Experience A month of learning, serving, reflecting, and becoming (maybe too) familiar with the 1 Bus* *Case in point: What comes to mind when you think…

IAP Health: Srihitha Dasari (’26)

“Creating a system of care for autistic patients, without the need of autism experts.” This was something that my supervisor, Alex Friedman, said to me in our very first meeting.…

PKG IAP: Health Alum Valeria Robayo featured in MIT News!

Valeria Robayo (’23) participated in the PKG IAP: Health program during IAP 2021. Valeria contributed to the Autism Program at Boston Medical Center as a Resource Intern. Read more about…

IAP Health: Sharon Jiang (’23)

PKG IAP: Health – I came for the program’s eye-catching, bright blue advertisement posters on campus, but I stayed for the collaboration with Boston Medical Center’s Autism Program to learn…