londyn robinson -- Alumni
Londyn is a senior in the College of Biological Sciences majoring in genetics, cell biology, and development. She performs research on mouse models of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Dr. Dan Mueller's lab, and also performs research for the Division of Rheumatology at the U of M Medical school under the direction of Dr. Jerry Molitor. Londyn volunteers for the YMCA Youth in Government, Lupus Foundation of Minnesota, and Special Olympics of Minnesota. In her free time, Londyn enjoys baking, hiking, and being outside.
What is the most meaningful experience you've had as a pre-medical student thus far?
"The most meaningful experience that I have had as a pre-medical student thus far is assisting on a research study from the point of obtaining grant money, to consenting patients and obtaining data, then analyzing data and now publishing the results. Seeing the entire process of a research study from initial fruition to publication has been extremely meaningful to me and has inspired me to become a clinical investigator."