Morgan Chapman '20 Major: Chemical Engineering Research Focus: Justice, Nursing, Clinical Trials Years of Research Experience: 1 Advisor: Dr. Nancy Downing, Dr. Daniel Sheridan firstname.lastname@example.org Organizations & Programs: Corps of Cadets, American Medical Students Association, Poultry Science Club, MEDLIFE aggies, StarLight Aggies Experience with: Working with IRB, international medical experience, clinical research I am a Chemical Engineering major from Palmer, Alaska and a proud member of the class of 2020. In addition to my research at the College of Nursing, I enjoy volunteering my time around the community and the world. This past winter, I was fortunate enough to be able to travel to Moshi, Tanzania and shadow various medical doctors and study local tropical diseases as well as help over 700 patients. I also enjoy hiking when I go home, playing ice hockey, cross country skiing and downhill skiing, as well as traveling. I am a member of the Corps of Cadets in Company B-2 and pursuing admission into an MD/PhD program. In regards to my research, I got started my freshmen year under Dr. Nancy Downing RN PhD and Dr. Daniel Sheridan RN PhD in the College of Nursing. My research is to develop clinical methods of using alternate light sources to determine surface tissue and deep tissue bruises to be used by nurses to identify signs of domestic violence, funded by the Department of Justice and National Institute of Justice.