Wyatt wagner  --  VP of Experiential Learning

The VP of Experiential Learning is responsible for seeking out both group and individual experiences that will prepare our members to become successful physicians in the future.

Wyatt is a junior in the College of Biological Sciences majoring in genetics, cell biology, and development, and ecology, evolution, and behavior. He is also pursuing a double minor in Spanish and chemistry. Wyatt is currently conducting research on the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery with Dr. Chipman, and he works as a youth soccer coach. Wyatt volunteers in the medicine and transplant unit of the University of Minnesota Medical Center, and is an Adopt-a-Shelf volunteer at Dakota County Library.

Beyond this, Wyatt enjoys playing intramural sports, watching Gopher sports, and is a Biology Without Borders member.

What is a problem or issue in health care that you're interested in or would like to address as a physician?

"I think a major issue in health care is homelessness and the increased rates of infections and illness. This also ties into the health care reform and our attempt at providing health care to all. But, I would like to focus on educational options and programs for the homeless to provide an avenue to avoid poor health especially in the area I will be practicing.”