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# After the long journey to becoming an MD I would like to dedicate much of my time to organizations like doctors without borders. Global health issues are very important to me.
# After the long journey to becoming an MD I would like to dedicate much of my time to organizations like doctors without borders. Global health issues are very important to me.
# Other than medicine/healthcare, educating myself on international refugees is another passion of mine. There are so many people who are in need of our help; clean drinking water, vaccinations, counseling and so much more. Being the field of science, I feel it’s important to know these issues so we can use our knowledge and assist people in need.
# Other than medicine/healthcare, educating myself on international refugees is another passion of mine. There are so many people who are in need of our help; clean drinking water, vaccinations, counseling and so much more. Being the field of science, I feel it’s important to know these issues so we can use our knowledge and assist people in need.
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Revision as of 01:50, 8 November 2011

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Contact Info

Samantha M. Hurndon (an artistic interpretation)
Samantha M. Hurndon (an artistic interpretation)
  1. Loyola Marymount University
  2. Email me through OpenWetWare


I work in the Bioinformatics Lab at Loyola Marymount University. I learned about OpenWetWare from Kam Dahlquist, and I've joined because I'm taking a class that uses this program.

Education

  • 2012, BS, Loyola Marymount University
    • Major: Biology
    • Upper Divisions: Invertebrate zoology, Island biology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Ecology, Immunology

Research interests

  1. Antibiotic resistant genes
  2. Orphan Drugs
  3. Medicine
  4. Surgery

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About Me

  1. I am very fascinated with surgery, in particular trauma surgery. I have worked in the hospital many times and find that I am most engaged while in the trauma unit.
  2. After the long journey to becoming an MD I would like to dedicate much of my time to organizations like doctors without borders. Global health issues are very important to me.
  3. Other than medicine/healthcare, educating myself on international refugees is another passion of mine. There are so many people who are in need of our help; clean drinking water, vaccinations, counseling and so much more. Being the field of science, I feel it’s important to know these issues so we can use our knowledge and assist people in need.


Publications

Soon to come.

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