"I came to this program because of my passion for toxicology. Not only did I graduate with a thorough understanding of toxicology and forensic science, I also left with valuable work experience along with wonderful mentors and friends that still push me to succeed. I credit much of my success to the foundations and connections built from within this program."
During her second year, Kennedy attended the Annual American Academy of Sciences Conference, and presented her poster for the method validation she did at Keystone Labs during her first internship. She won best Toxicology Poster!
Jordan chose to join our professional Forensic Master's program (Analytical DNA track) on her belief that she would undoubtedly be challenged and set up for success upon graduation. Jordan currently holds a specialist position in Analytical DNA at Emory University.
Kaleigh was inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society and accepted into two medical schools. Kaleigh currently attends the Florida State University College of Medicine, and is a second-year medical student. She is also the Chaplain of the Christian Medical Association, Community Service Chair for the Student National Medical Association, Community Service Chair for the Student National Medical Association, and the Secretary of the Dermatology Interest Group. Kaleigh is also involved in dermatology research and was a recent recipient of the Capital Medical Society Foundation Scholarship.