User:Claire A. Kosewic

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Claire A. Kosewic


Thank you for visiting this page! I am an undergraduate student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, working towards a Bachelor's of Science in Biology. I am a member of the Belles Service Organization, Loyola Marymount University Emergency Medical Services, and biological honor society Beta Beta Beta. In addition to biology, I have research interests in liberation theology and emergency medical care.

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Loyola Marymount University

Frank R. Seaver College of Science & Engineering: Department of Biology

1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045


Loyola Marymount University

  • Bachelor of Science, Biology (Expected May 2022)
  • Minor program of study in Women's & Gender Studies
  • University Honors Program

Career Interests and Goals

Upon the successful completion of my undergraduate work, I plan to pursue an advanced degree in public health or medicine, with special attention to serving minority and marginalized populations.

Research Experience

Work Experience

Emergency Medical Technician | Loyola Marymount University Emergency Medical Services | September 2019-Present

  • Provide confidential, emergency medical care to students, faculty, staff, and visitors of Loyola Marymount University at nights and on weekends
  • Serve as organization secretary
    • Keep track of call statistics and member licensing certifications
    • Take minutes, create and distribute agendas for executive board and general meetings

Admissions Tour Guide | Loyola Marymount University Department of Admissions | January 2019-Present

  • Give 2-hour campus tours to prospective university students and families, providing personal student perspective through anecdotes of experience.
  • Answer student and family questions about admissions process, life at university.
  • Assist with office and organizational duties for admissions staff.

Biology Interests

I am particularly interested in microbiology, especially the biology of the genome and how it translates to cell function. Learning about Rosalind Franklin, Photo 51, and the structure of DNA as a high schooler was the catalyst for my interest in biology and continues to inspire me today. The implications of genetic science, both positive and negative, show tremendous potential for changing the ways we think, act, and manipulate our environments; I want to be a part of that for the good.

Computer Science Interests

I have significant experience utilizing SPSS processing software, and proficient in the computer programming language Basic. I also have some familiarity with Python.

Personal Interests

  1. Backpacking, camping, rock-climbing, hiking
  2. Reading, writing, and journalism
  3. Spending time with family and friends
  4. Trying new vegetarian recipes with my roommates

Relevant Links

Dahlquist Lab

Lactase Persistence

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