Madisen Huscher

Andover, KS, Behavioral Neuroscience, Minors in Chemistry and Applied Behavioral Science (Pre-Medicine)
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Madisen Huscher (she/her/hers) is a senior from Andover, Kansas, majoring in behavioral neuroscience with chemistry and applied behavioral science minors on a pre-med track. She has special interest in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the medical field. On campus, she is the president of Omega Phi Alpha (service sorority), on E-board of MEDLIFE, Center for Community Outreach Ability Advocates, and as the social justice chair of Phi Delta Epsilon (pre-med fraternity). She also researches in the Neurobehavioral Development Research lab under Dr. Matthew Mosconi and is a TRIO and TPE tutor. In her spare time, she coaches Special Olympics, spends too much time in Watson Library, and cheers on KU basketball.​

Ask me about: psychology research, volunteering (especially Special Olympics), and balancing involvement and classwork.

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