Where are they now?

Venetka Agayn *
Matthew Ando
Maya Arai *
Dani Arnon
Alan Blair

Kirsten Bremke
Bruce Fischer
Tanya Christiansen **
Dan Edidin *
Mathieu Gagne
Andrew Hassell
Mark Joshi
Gernot Krammer
Oh-Kang Kwon
Tao-Kai Lam
Andrew Lesniewski *
Eckhardt Meinrenken **
Nozomi Minowa Meinrenken ***
Kathy Misovec

Edith Mooers
Gerd Norga
Koen Norga
Alice Norgren
Dana Pascovici

Papa Rao *
Roxanne Ray *
Veronika Requat *
Calvin Roth
Heidi Roth
Phil Ryan
Richard Stone *
Pearl Tsai Renaker
Koen Vermeylen
Elizabeth Wilmer
Sumio Yamada *
Venetka Agayn is living in den Haag with her three sons.

Matthew Ando is teaching at the University of Illinois in Urbana, where he lives with his wife Amy and son.

Maya Arai is living in Boston with her husband David.

Alan Blair returned to Australia in 1997 and is now at the University of New South Wales. He is married to Ying and has two daughters. 

Kirsten Bremke is working for A.T. Kearney in Frankfurt.

Tanya Christiansen and Dan Edidin are at the University of Columbia, Missouri. They have a son, Benjamin, and a daughter, Rachel.

Bruce Fischer left MIT in 1996 to start medical school in New York, and in 2000 he moved to San Francisco to begin residency training in pediatrics. His most important accomplishment while there was meeting the wonderful and lovely Sara Goldblatt in September 2001. They were married in February 2004 in London. In June, they moved to Philadelphia, where Bruce will be starting a fellowship in pediatric hematology and oncology (that's children's blood diseases and cancer to the non-medical speakers). Don't be afraid to visit.

Andrew Hassell is at the Australian National University in Canberra, where he lives with his wife Elinor and son Stephen.

Mark Joshi was at Cambridge University from 1994 to 1999. He is worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland 1999 to 2005. He is currently a professor in the Centre for Actuarial Studies at Melbourne University. He lives with his wife, Jane, and their five sons.

Gernot Krammer is living in Graz, Austria, with his sons Felix and Max.

Oh-Kang Kwon is a senior lecturer in finance at the Sydney University. He lives with his wife and daughter.

Tao-Kai Lam and Dani Arnon are married and living in Back Bay. Tao-Kai is working in software for EMC. Dani has founded a startup with Mathieu Gagne.

Andrew Lesniewski is working on Wall Street, and living in Scarsdale, New York, with his wife, Midge, and their two sons.

Edith Mooers is living in Melrose, MA and working at the MITRE Corporation

Nozomi Minowa Meinrenken and Eckhardt Meinrenken are living in Toronto with their daughter Emma.

Kathy Misovec is living in Washington DC.

Gerd Norga  (gerd.norga@como.polimi.it) is living in Basle with his wife, Laura, and daughters Olivia and Alice.  

Inge and Koen Norga are now living in Langdorp, Belgium with their children Quinten and Skyler. Koen is dividing his time between clinical practice of paediatric oncology and research on fruitfly genetics at the University of Leuven and the Flanders Interuniversity Institute of Biotechnology.

Alice Norgren (nee Carlberger) is living on the west coast of Sweden with her husband and son.

Papa Rao and his wife, Daphne, are roasting in Dallas, Texas.

Roxanne Ray is in graduate school at NYU.

Veronika Requat is living in Vienna with her husband.

Calvin Roth is living in Düsseldorf and works for RWE Trading

Heidi Roth is at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill working in Neurology and lives with her husband Dean.

Phil Ryan is teaching at Truman College in Missouri. He lives with his wife, Pam, and son, Donal.

Richard Stone and Dana Pascovici are living in Sydney, Australia. They have a daughter and a son.

Pearl Tsai Renaker is living in San Francisco with husband Steve and daughter Juliane, and is working on searching the world's information at Google.

Koen Vermeylen is teaching economics at the University of Amsterdam. He loves the music but hates the food there!

Elizabeth Wilmer is an assistant professor at Oberlin College in Ohio. She lives with her husband Rob and their children.

Sumio Yamada is teaching at Tohoku Univ. in Sendai, Japan, after spending 17 years in the U.S.


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