Cameron is a double major in molecular biosciences/biotechnology and psychology. After visiting and taking a campus tour, he knew that ASU was a school that would let him shape his college experience to be exactly what I wanted it to be.
While an undergraduate, Cameron at a research position at the Biodesign Institute working in an oncology lab. Through the SOLUR program, he was paid for an experience that was practically applicable to his life and beneficial when applying to medical schools.
He also volunteered at Good News Community Health Center in Portland, Oregan, and for St. Vincent de Paul in downtown Phoenix mentoring middle school students. He participated in ASU's health preprofessional honor society Alpha Epsilon Delate, an Honors Devil through Barrett, The Honors College, Camp Kasem, Health Devils, and Obama Scholars Mentor Program.
His advice to current pre-health students? "Never be afraid to explore your interests. A lot of students are actually shocked to learn they don't have to be biology majors to go on to a professional school in the health sciences. I spent time dabbling in six different majors before I found degrees that I loved. Looking back, I wish I would have taken classes in a variety of disciplines in my first year at ASU so that I might have discovered these interests sooner."