Reagan Anderson's picture


  • ( April-2024 )
  • Bothell, WA, USA

About (Summary)

I am in my junior year of college and Grand Canyon University, planning on graduating Spring of 2024. I am extremely interested in neuroscience, and I would like to either join or create my own clinical trial to cure Alzheimer's, as I have many potential ideas I would love to bring to the table. I had a 3.8 weighted GPA throughout high school, attended a technical school and Running Start as well before attending a four year university.


Grand Canyon University
Biology with an emphasis in Pre-Medicine
2021 to 2024

Your Major

Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Medicine

Language Proficiency

English (US)

Honors and Awards

Secretary of Pre-Medical Association
Working with other students to help them prepare for medical school through hosting events and volunteer opportunities
Deans List
Maintaining 3.8+ GPA throughout high school
Student of the Quarter
Sno-Isle Technical school for leadership

Grad School Interests

University of Washington School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins , NYU Grossman, UC Berkeley

Intended Job Path

Graduate from a four-year university, attend medical school, residency, fellowship, and become either a neurologist or neuroscientist.

Job Experience

NASM Certified Personal Trainer
LA Fitness and self-employed
June, 2021 to August, 2022
Junior Admissions Counselor
Grand Canyon Education
November, 2021 to September, 2022
Research for Diabetes Sensor Prototyping
Labelle Labs
January, 2022 to September, 2022
Doordash Driver
April, 2019 to June, 2022


Homeless Ministry
St. Vincent de Paul
October, 2021 to April, 2022
Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board
Mill Creek City Council
January, 2018 to September, 2019
Volunteer events for community
Key Club
September, 2017 to June, 2020


Hiking, lifting weights, poetry, reading, neuroscience research.


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