While the prestigious Johns Hopkins University is gaining a talented new graduate student, we are sadly losing our patient support and research assistant, Jadmin Mostel, this week.
In her year-and-a-half tenure with the Meso Foundation, many of you interacted with Jadmin as she introduced you to support groups, helped you with a travel grant application or simply just chatted with you on the phone.
Jadmin joined our team in 2016 as a database and operations coordinator. She excelled so much at her job that her responsibilities shifted to include research and the development of new resources for our community.
“Working with this resilient community has ignited a passion for interacting with patients and ensuring that their needs are being met,” recalled Jadmin. “My work at the Meso Foundation led to my decision to pursue a master’s in public health degree so that I can continue to impact the lives of patients as they navigate the challenges of diagnosis, treatment and beyond.”
We wish Jadmin good luck in her future endeavors and know she will be just as much an asset to the Johns Hopkins community as she was to ours. Stay in touch!