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A few days later, Dr. Van Ness explains the situation to the Secretary of Defense, informing him that, in spite of all the setbacks, the project is still on schedule, and that a working model of the space station is about to be launched into orbit. The new "baby space station" will be equipped with telescopes and television cameras that will spot any further attempts to sabotage the complex. The Secretary notes with satisfaction: "Nothing will take us by surprise again!" The following morning, the launch goes off without a hitch.
The project described was supported by Award Number Grant UL1TR001070 from the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Center For Advancing Translational Sciences or the National Institutes of Health.
Rachel is a PGY-3 at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. She completed her medical education at The University of North Carolina and Chapel Hill and her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Rochester. Prior to medical school, Rachel participated in translational biomedical research with optical coherence tomography at the Duke Eye Center. In residency, Rachel has had the opportunity to collaborate with a team of engineers to apply optical coherence tomography to the field of gynecology. Her preliminary work applies Gabor domain optical coherence tomography to obtain near-histologic resolution images of the cervical epithelium to aid in the diagnosis of cervical dysplasia. Rachel also mentors a team of biomedical engineering undergraduates working on a design project to translate optical coherence microscopy for use in vivo at the time of colposcopy. Rachel will serve as an administrative chief resident in her program next year. She is looking forward to an exiting and rewarding career as an academic generalist, where she hopes to participate in resident and medical student education and translational biomedical research. 2b1af7f3a8