Nidhi Patel

Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology and English (Pre-Medicine)
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Nidhi Patel (she/her/hers) is a junior majoring in molecular, cellular, and developmental biology and English, and is on the pre-med track. She is involved in organizations like Honors Student Council, where she serves co-president, Honors Peer Mentors, Global Scholars Program, Phi Delta Epsilon and is a Student Ambassador for the Office of Study Abroad. She studied abroad this past summer in the British Summer Institute program. She currently does research in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry.

Ask me about: studying abroad, research, and the pre-med track.

n334p262@ku.edu


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