- Class of 2020
- Major, Minors Biology, Chemistry and Biomedical Physics
Abigail says her Loyola education is preparing her for her future as a physician by providing field experience and incorporating the Jesuit core values, which develop compassion: “Loyola has science courses that truly prepare you for any sort of path and career related to health care, but the experience here also pushes you to participate and engage in the humanities, social sciences, and service-learning courses,” says the biology major who is also minoring in chemistry and biomedical physics. Abigail is the vice president of the Pre-Health Society and a clinical coordinator for Health Outreach Baltimore. Her time working and volunteering at Mercy Medical Center and her internship with Bon Secours Hospital has provided greater perspective for the field of medicine, made her conscientious of her patients’ emotional needs, and influenced her career path. After graduation, Abigail has ambitions of attending medical school and is interested in pediatrics, oncology, and public health. “I hope to impact the medical field by embodying cura personalis and promoting a more integrated way of practicing medicine,” says the Saylorsburg, Pa., native.
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Loyola's Pre-Health Programs and the Pre-Med Track go so far beyond any other university, because this program embodies the Jesuit mission and a holistic education.