Callista Martin

St. Louis, MO, Human Biology, Minor in Leadership Studies (Pre-Medicine)
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Summary

Callista Martin (she/her/hers) is a junior from Saint Louis, Missouri majoring in human biology, minoring in leadership studies, and is on the pre-medicine track. She is a licensed EMT in Missouri and Kansas and performs research with Washington University in St. Louis on extracorporeal membrane oxidation circuitry, whole blood, and transfusions.

Ask me about: undergraduate research, MCAT preparation, getting involved in emergency medicine or shadowing as a college student, and the benefits of a leadership studies minor​

            callista@ku.edu


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