Health Sciences Graduate Fellows Share Their Fellowship Journeys

As participants in Merrimack's Health Sciences Graduate Fellowship program, Ashley Hall and Madeline Cushing received a significant reduction in their Master’s degree tuition while gaining hands-on experience in distinguished healthcare facilities.
Ashley Hall and Madeline Cushing
Ashley Hall (left) and Madeline Cushing (right) worked in prestigious healthcare facilities and research institutions in Boston during their fellowships.

Ashley and Madeline spoke to ProFellow.com, the world’s leading online resource for information on professional and academic fellowships about their experiences in the Merrimack Health Sciences Graduate Fellowship program. Learn more about their fellowships and how they gained unparalleled health and wellness professional experience and accelerated their career paths.

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