Grace Mueller

Grace MuellerResearcher and post-baccalaureate premedical student

After graduating from USM in 2009 with a degree in Geography-Anthropology and a minor in women and gender studies, Grace spent two years working at DeLorme before returning to her hometown of Edwardsville, IL, because she missed the humidity. Now a student in the post-baccalaureate premedical program at Washington University in Saint Louis, Grace is working toward her dream of becoming a radical gynecologist, and will apply to medical school in 2015. Outside of her schoolwork, she works for a psychiatry researcher on the Missouri Adolescent Female Twin Study, explores the city on her bicycle, and dances as much as possible.


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