About Me: Female, 26, Orlando, FL, member since Sep 2010
I am a senior at the University of Central Florida majoring in Molecular & Micro Biology and minoring in Humanities. I realized some time in my junior year that my major was not enough for me and it is why I took up my minor. The classes can't be more different. So I gu
[More]ess I can be considered an artsy nerd?
If i could put a label on it I guess that is what it would be. I have recently enrolled in Crealde' Art School for Photography as well. I work at the hospital in radiology as a physician extender. I call out patient results to doctors and other health professionals. I over eat, over sleep, and am constantly stressed out.
Long term goals: I want to go to graduate school for my masters in molecular and micro biology and then to medical school. As a doctor I want to spend the majority of my time on mission trips and traveling.
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