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Carolyn Bramante
Medical School student, Year 4

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There’s not much Carolyn Bramante hasn’t accomplished – or at least tried – during her time as a student at the University of Minnesota Medical School. 

Carolyn created a volunteer program at a Minneapolis community clinic that gives medical students the opportunity to care for homeless patients. She also trained for the 2010 Olympics to compete in the decathlon. On top of that, she’s been an active participant in a number of student clubs and organizations.

The ability to pursue all of those passions outside of school is a big part of why she decided to come to the University of Minnesota. While she’s not quite sure what field she’ll choose for her future residency, there’s little doubt whichever program she chooses will certainly benefit from her energy and skills.


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