|Full Name||Sabriya Stukes|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Relation With||Alexis Ohanian (2011-2015)|
|Awards||Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) BioArt Winner (2014)|
|Education||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Immunology (2001-2005), Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University - Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology and Immunology; Host Pathogen Interactions (2008-2014)|
American microbiologist, Sabriya Stukes is the founder and assistant professor of the Master's in Translational Medicine (MTM) program, which is a brand new type of medical technology innovation study for scientists and engineers. She is also the co-founder of a vibrant and growing education management, Connect With STEM, where she engaged with the institution's diversification and good knowledge sharing with STEM professionals.
Stukes was born in the United States of America and belongs to African-American nationality. She belongs to African-American ethnic background. So, what's going in her life, is she married or dating anyone? Let's take a glimpse of Stukes' personal life in the following sections.
Assistant director, Sabriya is currently living a single life and has kept her personal life far away from the eyes of the media. Nevertheless, she maintains a low profile personality apart from her professional life.
Stukes is keeping up with her professional career and improves her potentiality of working day by day. She is also a hard-working woman and concentrated on her goal, which might be a reason why she isn't up until now.
Microbiologist, Sabriya was once involved in a romantic relationship with an American internet entrepreneur, Alexis Ohanian. The former couple had enjoyed the most glorious moments of their lives.
Sabriya and Alexis are graduates of the University of Virginia since 2005. They first met Alexis' dorm, where Stukes was looking for her classmate, who was the roommate of Ohanian in 2001. At that time, Alexis said he don't know where her friend was and started playing video games.
Upon their graduation, the two again met in 2011 and eventually started dating. However, the bond wasn't continued for long due to some misunderstandings after dating for five years.
After their split up, Alexis met an American professional tennis player, Serena Williams at the Rome Cavalieri hotel in May 2015. Later, they had a short conversation where Alexis questioned her about Reddit, but she never heard about it. But, Serena invited him to watch her match at the French Open and from then their first date held in June 2015.
The duo got engaged on 29th December 2016 after dating for one year. They further welcomed a daughter, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. on 1st September 2017 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Check out the video of Alexis Ohanian and Serena Williams' wedding ceremony
The pair later walked down the aisle on 16th November 2017 at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. The bridegroom invited many high-profile celebrities, including Beyonce, Anna Wintour, Kelly Rowland, and Kim Kardashian West, among others.
At the time of their nuptial, the bridge was dressed a strapless, belted Alexander McQueen princess gown designed by Sarah Burton and a necklace worth $3.5 Million (bought from XIV Karats Jewelry). Likewise, the groom was in an Armani suit with a flower on his left pocket. Since then, the married couple currently resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Sabriya Stukes' net worth is $800 Thousand as of 2019. Meanwhile, she generates a handsome income from her profession. Similarly, the average payroll of an assistant director at the City University of New York makes $78,804 yearly. So, her salary might be in the same range at CUNY.
Stukes currently assists as an adjunct professor of BME 16400, which is a translational challenge in diagnostics, devices, and therapeutics at The City College of New York. With such advanced courses and higher studies, the awarding-winning consultant, CUNY, estimates revenue from $2 Billion to $5 Billion.
Co-founder of STEM, Stukes enrolled at the National Institutes of Health as a post-baccalaureate intramural research training fellow in August 2005. While there, she analyzed the blood collected sample from different M.nemestrina HIV or SHIV infected monkeys to make antivirus for the virus.
Sabriya then joined New York University as a research technician in October 2006, where she studied the concept of CCR7-dependent cellular-related to a tuberculosis infection until April 2008. She also hosted and produced a podcast, The Petri Dish, from 2013 to 2014.
Stukes further worked closely with the directors of Community Engagement at the nonprofit organization, AAAS, from June to October 2015. She, moreover, interned as a Ph.D. graduate student at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine from 2008 to 2015. Since then, she is serving as an assistant adjunct professor at The City College of New York since January 2018.
The University of Virginia graduate, Sabriya, participated as a mentor of the Einstein Summer Undergraduate Research Program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2013. During the program, she helped to identify the disparity of the students via student's literature research and addressed the inequality to the surrounding community.
Sabriya also mentored the more significant opportunities for advancing leadership and science for the girls and women at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum from November 2013 to July 2014. She finalized and claimed the biomedical science workshops for about 50 students at the GOALS Mentorship Day and the Girls in Science and Engineering Day.
Assistant director of CCNY, Stukes is one of the members of the Einstein Minority Scientists Association since August 2012. And she provides workshops to prepare first and second year semester of doctoral candidates for their qualifying tests and hosts special guests with distinguished lectures related to their chosen faculty.
Sabriya also participates as a member of the Executive Board and director of events at the NYC Minority Graduate Student Network since May 2013. Her responsibility is to organize the science and career development workshops and helping in awareness programs for career build-up.
Stukes, furthermore, serves as a advocacy committee co-chairperson of the New York Women in STEM since August 2013. During her time, she collects data from more than one thousand students and graduates fellows to assess their institutional policies and research. She also acts as a cooperative between the NYWiSTEM Executive and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine to make an effort for the scientific events and memberships.
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