The Women in Science and Engineering Program (WiSE) is hosting a series of talks aimed at connecting undergraduate and graduate students in STEM with USC WiSE alumni. Alumni are invited back to share their career path, what helped them persevere, what they have been working on since graduation, and why they encourage students to continue on their STEM paths.

 

Registration link: https://usc.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_eDwJzzXnRL2E-KSoQLCfnQ

 

Speaker: Jamie Clarke, a fourth-year medical student pursuing her M.D. from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

 

Talk title: Be The Change You Wish To See

 

Bio: Jamie is a highly motivated fourth-year medical student interested in neuroradiology, technology advancement, and translational biomedical research. This year, Jamie will be graduating with her M.D. from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and starting her residency training in diagnostic radiology. As a graduate of the progressive M.S. in Global Medicine program at USC, which she completed in addition to her B.S. in Human Biology and Spanish minor from Dornsife, Jamie has actively pursued her passion for deeply understanding human health on physiologic and sociologic scales. She regularly engages in neuroradiology research, with strong interests in cerebrovascular diseases, congenital brain malformations, and neuroimaging innovation. Jamie has been fortunate to present her work at many highly regarded conferences nationally, including the annual meetings for RSNA, ASPNR, ASNR, AANS, CNS, and AAP, among others, receiving multiple first-place presentation prizes. Jamie has also been honored with the opportunity to have her research works published in top medical journals. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, swimming, beach walks, going to concerts, playing guitar, and exploring diverse cuisines. Jamie is proudly committed to advancing innovative medicine and improving the quality of life of as many patients as possible.

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