Sarah Kenney
4th year student
University of Minnesota
Sarah Kenney graduated from California Polytechnic State University of Pomona in 2018 with a bachelors of science in Animal Science. She is currently a 4th year veterinary student at University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine. Her research area of interest is comparative oncology and her previous work in this area includes co-authorship of the publication, Provocative Question: “Does the Gut Microbiome Influence the Metastatic Cascade of Cancer? in the Clinical Oncology Journal as well as completion of a Veterinary Summer Scholar research project titled “The Stressful Effect of Propranolol on Macrophages”. She is planning to specialize in small animal oncology or internal medicine once she graduates.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Interprofessional Student Poster Description: Background: Industrialization, population growth, and increased human mobility are increasingly placing humans into contact with animal ecosystems, leading to changing perspectives of human health in relation to the environment. In a world of increasing connectedness between humans, other animals, and the environment, an understanding of One Health is of increasing importance for health professional students. In particular, Zoobiquity, a University of Minnesota student organization composed of 100+ student members from different health professions…
Join the leaders of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative Student Engagement Group (SEG), Teresa Cochran and Heather Miselis, along with a panel of students from institutions across the United States, to learn more about interprofessional student groups and initiatives.   Learning Objectives:  Following the panel discussion, participants will be able to:   Recognize strategies to initiate an interprofessional student group at your institution Identify ways to balance interprofessional learning with profession-specific demands Network with others to learn strategies that…