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Gabrielle Rabadam is a 3rd year Chemical Engineering student pursuing a minor in English. Beginning her research career in high school at the University of Arizona, she has since channeled that passion into independent research on localized drug delivery devices and taken full advantage of Northeastern’s research grants, national conference funding, and mentorship programming. On campus, Gabrielle is actively involved in several STEM education outreach programs including Science Club for Girls and Gique, a Boston-based STEM+Arts initiative. This year, she took on the role of President of Northeastern’s chapter of ISPE. Gabrielle is currently on coop at Ocular Therapeutix, working on their hydrogel protein delivery platform for the treatment of macular degeneration. When she’s not hidden away in a lab or running around campus for ISPE, SCFG, or Gique, she can be found running around Boston training for various long distance races.