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I completed my undergraduate degree in Human Biology at Brigham Young University-Idaho. I was fortunate to be mentored by several excellent scientists at BYU-Idaho, who encouraged me to pursue a career in medicine and research. At Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, my research focuses on improving evidence-based medicine through research transparency, reporting quality, methods, and reducing bias. Clinical research should facilitate best current evidence into best medical practice. Because research can provide profound and immediate effects on patient care, it is imperative that we address the problems or shortcomings of clinical research in an impactful and meaningful way. A career as a physician scientist provides a level of intellectual freedom and stimulation that can be matched by few other careers.


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