Born in Versailles, France , I moved to the United States at the tender age of 5. I grew up in Bethesda right next to NIH but attended St. Johns College High School in D.C. I am the youngest of three brothers, both of which work in the healthcare world. Both have heavily influenced me to pursue a career in the sciences, and with some of my own motivation, I decided to major in Biochemistry at Salisbury. Since this school has so much more to offer than a rigorous curriculum, I decided to get involved. I am a research student in Dr. Emmert's Lab studying soil microbial composition and its effect on carbon sequestration, a Microbiology SI, and part of the Salisbury's mens rugby team. I hope to one day delve into military medicine although I would also see myself doing research. In my free time I enjoy hanging out with friends or going snowboarding.
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