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Alicia Cutillo

Year: 
2010
Hometown: 
Pottstown, PA
Major/minor: 
Biochemistry
Courses TRAC'ed: 
CHEM 343 - Physical Chemistry Lab, CHEM 350 - Biochemical Aspects of Biomedical Topics and Bio Core 1, and BIOS 042 - Cell and Molecular Biology Lab

Interesting internships, activities, hobbies , or experiences:

Eckardt Scholars Program, St. Luke's Externship, Lehigh Valley Hospital Research Scholars Program

What does TRAC mean to you?

As an ardent student and an an aspiring doctor, I expect that writing will be a major part of my life's work. . . . Writing has already been a major part of my life. In high school, I planned on becoming a writer. After developing my interest in biology and human health, I decided that my life would be well spent if I entered the field of medicine. This decision means that I will become both a doctor and a writer. I see the TRAC Writing Fellows Program as an ideal opportunity to develop my skills as a writer (and therefore my influence as a practicing physician) and also help Lehigh students improve their wrigin skills.