Alexis Ghersi is a senior student at the University of Central Florida pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Biomedical Sciences as well as a Spanish minor. Currently, she is involved with neurodegenerative research at the Burnett School for Biomedical Sciences as well as clinical research at Arnold Palmer’s Children’s Hospital. Additionally, Ms. Ghersi has cofounded Hearts for the Homeless Orlando, a nonprofit organization that provides blood pressure screenings to homeless individuals at local food shares. She will be graduating in May 2017 and plans to attend medical school the following August. Throughout medical school, Ms. Ghersi will participate in laboratory and clinical research as well as volunteer her time to the underserved community. Ms. Ghersi also strives to be a pediatrician. After her medical school training, Ms. Ghersi will be a physician for the U.S. Air Force.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Ghersi, Alexis, "Alexis Ghersi" (2017). RAMP Scholars. 39.