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Micaela Bush '17

Hi my name is Micaela Bush, a Pikeville, KY native. I came to Earlham in hopes of continuing my soccer career while in an academically rigorous environment. I recently declared my major as Biochemistry, which I hope will carry me through to a career in medicine. I am excited to be an intern at the Wells center this summer and look forward to broadening my experience in the field of healthcare. At Earlham, I am a member/captain of the varsity women’s soccer team and a resident assistant for first year students, as well as TA and former tutor for science/math courses. I am thankful to be in an environment that has allowed me to widen my breadth of involvement outside my field of study. I’d like to express my gratitude to all donors that made this internship possible, and I am excited for an enriching summer experience!

Micaela Bush

Micaela Bush '17

Riley Hospital Intern, Herman B. Wells Center for Pediatric Research

Major: Biochemistry

 

 

 

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