Tyler Ross

Salina, KS, Microbiology (B.S.), Minors in Psychology and Sociology (Pre-medicine)
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Tyler Ross (he/him/his) is a junior from Salina, Kansas. He is studying Microbiology with minors in psychology and sociology and is on the pre-med track. Tyler is doing research in Dr. Liang Xu’s lab regarding cancer biology. He is involved in the International Student Association, the Phi Kappa Phi honors society, the Honors Student Council, and with the Center for STEM Learning as the assistant coordinator of the Jedel Excellence in Mathematics Education Award. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, baking, and photography.

 Ask me about: undergraduate research, being a pre-med student, adjusting to college, and community service.​

tylerross@ku.edu


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