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Cedarville student Derek Renner used his biomedical engineering research as a path to medical school.

Abstract

Most people do not associate engineering with health care, but for Cedarville University student Derek Renner, his mechanical engineering degree gave him a gateway to medical school.

Renner, a senior from St. Marys, West Virginia, recently learned he was admitted to West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.

Publication Date

5-5-2017

Keywords

Cedarville, Cedarville University, engineering, biomedical engineering, medical school

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