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Class of 2021 Graduate’s Career Goal Is to Become an Emergency Physician

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Jaspreet Dhillon, a biological science-cell and developmental biology major who is minoring in chemistry, has earned A’s in every single course during her time here at CSUF. Some of her favorite memories at CSUF include the various field trips to Zzyzx (home to the California State University Desert Studies Center), meeting up with friends to study at the library — only to end up talking for hours — conducting research in the intriguing labs, and getting to know and learn from amazing professors.

Jaspreet’s goal is to become an emergency physician, and after graduation, she will be taking a gap year while applying to medical school and working in the health care field. Her love and passion for medicine have not only been furthered by the knowledge she has gained from her classes, but also by her time spent volunteering at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, St. Jude Medical Center and the American Red Cross. Jaspreet was born in Indonesia and moved to Orange County when she was 6. She loves dancing, baking and traveling. CSUF has been an important part of her long journey and she is thrilled to move forward having made countless memories and lifelong friendships. Congratulations Jaspreet!

Submitted by Catherine Brennan, associate professor of biological science

Debra Cano Ramos