User:James P. McDonald

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==About Me==
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* My favorite aspect of biology is the infinite amount of knowledge out there and the constant advances that are taking place. I also specifically enjoy genetics. I like to know why we are the way we are and how we get that way.  
* My favorite aspect of biology is the infinite amount of knowledge out there and the constant advances that are taking place. I also specifically enjoy genetics. I like to know why we are the way we are and how we get that way.  
* My favorite aspect of math is that you can almost always come up with a definite answer. This makes math something that is often straightforward and universal.
* My favorite aspect of math is that you can almost always come up with a definite answer. This makes math something that is often straightforward and universal.
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*'''[[User:James P. McDonald|James P. McDonald]] 16:50, 21 January 2013 (EST)''':
 
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*'''[[User:James P. McDonald|James P. McDonald]] 16:50, 21 January 2013 (EST)''':

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About Me

James P. McDonald (an artistic interpretation)
James P. McDonald (an artistic interpretation)

Education

  • Loyola Marymount University
    • Major: Biology
    • Graduating: Spring 2013
    • Upper Division Classes: General Physiology and Lab, Biochemistry, General Physics I, General Physics II, Embryology & Development, General Microbiology, Plant Interactions, Principles of Ecology, Genetics Lab, Urban Ecology, Biomathematical Modeling

Career Interests

  • I hope to attend medical school next year. I want to become a physician but at I am unsure in what specialty, at this point.

Other Questions

  • My favorite aspect of biology is the infinite amount of knowledge out there and the constant advances that are taking place. I also specifically enjoy genetics. I like to know why we are the way we are and how we get that way.
  • My favorite aspect of math is that you can almost always come up with a definite answer. This makes math something that is often straightforward and universal.

Useful links

  • James P. McDonald 16:50, 21 January 2013 (EST):
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