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Austin in front of the Louvre Museum in Paris, France
Austin Roadarmel, Biology major and alum of the Integrated Introductory Biology and General Chemistry program (2013/14), recieved the Plastino Scholarship in 2015. This enabled him to conduct a study of West European health care systems. Austin is a pre-med student and health policy enthusiast whose interest in the effects of the Affordable Care Act and diverse accessibilities to the health care in the United States lead him to embark on a month long exploratory trip to Great Britain, the Netherlands and France. There he interviewed health care professionals, learned about each system and came home more motivated to pursue the medical profession.
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