Chloe Moore – 2022 Outstanding Junior (Biological Sciences)
Chloe Moore is a junior honors student pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics with a pre-medical concentration and an Honors University Research Scholar designation.
When not in class, Chloe is actively working on her newest research project under the leadership of Madeline Choi and Kevin Pham in Haruka Wada’s integrative animal physiology lab. In fall 2021, she presented and placed third in COSAM’s Undergraduate Research Symposium for her work examining the effects of suboptimal incubation temperatures on the development and size of zebra finch beaks. Chloe is currently continuing her work in the lab examining effects of constant light at night on zebra finch beak color and behavior, and she hopes to hone her presentation skills over the next year at various local and national symposiums.
As a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED), Auburn’s pre-medical club, Chloe is constantly preparing for her future career as a physician, while also maintaining focus on her goal of service to others. Her role as Outreach Chair and Site Coordinator within Honors Serves has allowed her to continue her previous work as Honors Week of Service Counselor, as she works diligently to constantly give back to the community that has become her home. Furthermore, Chloe currently volunteers at Mercy Medical Clinic and in the nursery of her church, with each opportunity allowing her to pursue her passions in medicine and working with children.
Chloe plans to take a gap year after graduation and then continue to medical school, where she plans to become a physician, preferably specializing in pediatrics.
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