Undergraduate Says Cancer Research Lab Experience Helped Him Make Career Plans
Thursday April 14, 2011
CANCER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY HELPS STUDENT CHOOSE CAREER, WORK FOR A CURE FOR LIPOSARCOMA
Getting into the lab to perform research as an undergraduate has been a career-changing decision for Kansas State University’s Sterling Braun.
When Braun, Fort Scott, began his first year at K-State in 2009, he planned on earning his undergraduate degree and then going to medical school.
That all changed when he got the opportunity to perform cancer research.
Read the whole story from K-State News Services.
Read more about the research of his Johnson Cancer Research Center Faculty Mentor Alexander Beeser.