Isaac Donnell, a third year chemistry major at Carleton College, is working with Jeffrey Duryea, PhD, researching quantitative musculoskeletal imaging group (Q-MIG) to provide a more quantitative analysis of osteoarthritis severity. He is interested in medical research and surgery and hopes throughout his internship that he will gain insight into the field and learn more about the inner workings of the hospital and research laboratories. Having not had much experience with osteoarthritis and the process of medical imaging, Isaac is excited to learn more about both through hands-on experience. Before applying to medical school (or possibly an MD/PhD program), Isaac hopes to work in a research laboratory for at least a year, but is open to other options as well.
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