Tomorrow’s groundbreaking health protocols result from today’s research and discovery. Outstanding research opportunities for all UMR students prepare them for careers that apply rigorous investigation and analysis to grand health challenges of the 21st century.
Alynn Kruse ‘20
Health Care Research and Discovery
Major: Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Hometown: Urbandale, IA
Why did you choose to come to UMR? I chose to attend UMR for the small faculty to student ratio and the opportunity to be immersed in the medical community in new ways. I loved that each course whether it was statistics or chemistry was presented in a health context to best prepare us for our future careers.
What did your Capstone experience at UMR involve? My capstone focused on the patient experience. Utilizing my own experience as a patient, I shifted my focus to hospice care and graduate coursework through the Center for Healing and Spirituality online through the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. I was interested in learning about how integrative healing methods can be used cohesively with western medicine to create optimum patient care.