Alumni (Scholar)

Kirsti Campbell

James Earle Sargeant - Seven Society Jefferson Scholar
Class: 2012
Hometown: Winchester, Virginia
Degrees:
B.S. University of Virginia (2012)

Undergraduate Research Network (chair 2010-11), symposium chair; Madison House, Adopt a Grandparent Program director, Health Services volunteer; Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (ATVB), Chicago 2011 poster presentation; Department of Cardiovascular Medicine shadow; The Oculus, editorial board member; Jefferson Scholars Public Service Fellow, film series; Biol 3010: Genetics and Molecular Biology volunteer tutor; 2012 Katz Biology Distinguished Major Thesis Symposium, First Place; “Lymphocytes and the adventitial immune response in atherosclerosis”, first author in Circulation Research; Employee Appreciation Week Planning Committee member; Honor Advisor; College Science Scholar, Summer Research Grant recipient; Days on the Lawn; Women in Medicine Initiatives; American Medical Students Association; Fraser Lab member; McNamara Lab member; Catholic Student Ministry; Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship; Monroe Society; National Society of Collegiate Scholars; Dean's List; Echols Scholar; Raven Society; Intermediate Honors; Phi Beta Kappa; Lawn Resident (2011-12)

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