Manager, Civil and Environmental Engineering Communication Lab
Sarah Gluck joined MIT in 2020 as the CEE Communication Lab manager. She works with Fellows to support graduate students and postdocs in sharing their research clearly and confidently.
Over the course of her career, Sarah has gained experience at the bench, in scicomm, and with mentorship programs. She holds an M.A. from Harvard University, where she researched gene therapy as a treatment for progressive hearing loss. At the same time, she began delivering talks and participating in forums as a panelist to educate students and medical practitioners on people with disabilities and how their perspectives fit into the future of precision medicine.
Sarah’s other experiences in education and mentorship include volunteering as a writing tutor for Boston Public Schools and working with the National Research Mentoring Network, an NIH-funded program focused on increasing diversity in biomedical science. She is passionate about supporting diversity in STEM. Sarah currently holds a consulting position at Akouos, a gene therapy company focused on treatments for hearing loss, in addition to her work at MIT.