Tyler Ross

Salina, KS, Microbiology (B.S.), Minors in Psychology and Sociology (Pre-medicine)
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Summary

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 Pre-Medical Society, the Phi Kappa Phi honors society, the Honors Student Council, and with the AAAC as a tutor. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, baking, and volunteering.

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

tylerross@ku.edu


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