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.
Ben Romanauski, ‘22
Health Care Research and Discovery
Major: Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
Hometown: Sayre, PA
How did your Capstone experience prepare you for your future in what you’re currently doing? My Capstone prepared me for the research I am currently doing, giving me the experience in research and the educational foundation to be confident in my knowledge and skills. This has enabled me to make a major impact in my research and be flexible and effective when tackling the many questions and problems research throws at me every day. .
Is there a certain instructor that greatly impacted your time at UMR? There were so many amazing instructors that greatly impacted my time at UMR which makes selecting one almost impossible, so I am going to limit myself to three. The three faculty I would say impacted my time at UMR the most would be Dr. Dunbar, Dr. Terrell and Dr. Prat-Resina. While at UMR these instructors helped to shape my career goals, develop my passion for STEM and refine how I communicate both on a personal and professional level, which has played a major role in getting me to where I am today.