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Peer Advising

The Undergraduate Program in Biology and the Undergraduate Program in Neuroscience have peer advisors available to answer student questions!

Peer advisors are available during the fall term through Zoom meetings. 

 Fall 2020 Peer Advising Available (starting August 31)!                        

Just click on the link below during advising hours to connect with one of our peer advisors.

Peer Advising Zoom Link

Meet Our Peer Advisors ...

Hi! My name is Nico, and I am a senior majoring in Biology with the intention of attending medical school after graduation. I am also minoring in Medical Anthropology due to my interest in learning about different cultures and societies from around the globe. On campus, I am a penpal through K-Grams and am also involved in oSTEM. During my spare time, I can be found drawing or doing Zumba!  Please do not hesitate to come and visit me during my office hours to talk about the different Biology majors, course planning, the pre-health track, or to just have some tea and chitchat.

Greetings! My name is Jolyna and I am a senior double majoring in Biology, Health, and Society and Gender and Health. On campus, I am the Vice President of the Black Undergraduate Medical Association, volunteer in SAPAC, and Co-Chair of the Future Physicians Summit! I am passionate about Black Women's maternal health and health disparities in West Africa. Off campus, I am one of the founders of the Young Cameroonian Association and enjoy fashion styling, dancing, and cooking.  Feel free to visit me during my office hours to discuss majors in biology, the pre-health track, course planning, or simply chat! I look forward to meeting you!

Hi! My name is Andrew, and I am a senior majoring in Microbiology. After graduation, I plan on attending graduate school. I currently work in the Schloss Lab, which focuses on the human microbiome with respect to C. difficile infection and colorectal cancer. My individual research focuses on the production of bacteriocins in the microbiome and how they can prevent C. difficile colonization and infection. On campus, I also am the President of the Michigan Microbiology/Immunology Club, work in the Science Learning Center, and compete for the Michigan Mock Trial team. I’m excited to meet with you and answer your questions about the biology majors and courses you can take, how to get involved in research, and graduate school planning. Hope to see you soon! 

Hello! My name is Sean, and I am a senior majoring in
Cellular and Molecular Biomedical Science, while pursuing a minor in Entrepreneurship. I plan on staying an additional year at the university to complete a Masters in Biomedical Engineering, and afterwards I plan on working towards developing prosthetics for injured veterans. On campus, I develop parametric human body models for the Adaptive Designs MDP team in order to make motor vehicles safer for a wider range of people. In my spare time though, I enjoy listening to and creating music, working out, and reading. Don’t be afraid to drop in on my office hours, as I would love to help you with your course planning, finding research, and any other campus experiences you may need guidance on!