Corinna Lemke

Garden City, KS, Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology (Pre-Medicine)
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Corinna Lemke (she/her/hers) is a senior from Garden City, Kansas, studying molecular, cellular, and developmental biology with the intention of attending medical school after graduating from KU. She was recently admitted to The KU School of Medicine’s Scholars in Rural Health program. She is a seminar assistant for Dr. Stein’s honors freshman seminar and is the president of the Honors Program Student Council, as well as the scholarship chair for Kappa Delta Sorority. She is currently an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Gamblin’s biochemistry research lab on campus.  In the summer of 2016 she studied abroad Holzkirchen, Germany. 

Ask me about: studying abroad, research, volunteering, Greek Life, medical school, and the MCAT.

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