SHEN BIOMED GRADS

On May 10, Central High School hosted the 2021 Biomedical Sciences Senior Showcase culminating activities of the students in the three-year program.

On May 10, Central High School hosted the 2021 Biomedical Sciences Senior Showcase culminating activities of the students in the three-year program. During their senior year, each student chooses a Senior Capstone Project on a topic related to the medical field and biomedical sciences. The project must show innovation, collaboration with a professional, and research. The photo features each graduate, from left to right, the high school they attend, their senior project and their postsecondary plans.

First row:

• Julia Biller, Stonewall Jackson High School, Metoclopramide Pump. She plans to attend the University of Virginia School of Nursing pursuing a career as a nurse practitioner.

• Marian Schechtel, Central High School, Benefits of Alternative Use of Medicine. She plans to attend Lord Fairfax Community College to pursue a nursing degree.

• Katherine Garber, Stonewall Jackson High School, Exercise Equipment for Persons with Visual Impairment. She plans to attend Lord Fairfax Community College as she pursues a career as a certified personal trainer.

• Kelle Coronado-Orozco, Central High School, Genesis-Vaccine Patch. She plans to attend James Madison University majoring in biology as a part of the college's pre-physician assistant program.

• Seaira Warnell, Strasburg High School, Treating In-Flight Medical Emergencies. She will be attending the University of Pittsburgh majoring in psychology as part of the pre-med program.

• Elizabeth Young, Strasburg High School, Osteoporosis Management. She plans to attend James Madison University to become a physician assistant.

• Haven Stevens, Central High School, COVID Vaccine Simulation. She plans to attend Campbell University to major in pharmacology.

• Ashley Dodd, Central High School, Weight Bearing Progress. She plans to attend Bridgewater College majoring in biology as she pursues a career as an occupational therapist.

Second row:

• Eliana Dellinger, Stonewall Jackson High School, Department of Motor Vehicles Automated Perimetry. She plans to attend Swarthmore College where she intends on following the pre-medical track to become an ophthalmologist.

• Morgan Gibson, Stonewall Jackson High School, At-Home Esophageal pH Tests. She will be attending James Madison University majoring in biology and health sciences.

• Megan Kesner, Strasburg High School, Positive Peers. She will be attending Virginia Commonwealth University majoring in either biology or psychology.

• Sydney Putman, Central High School, Prescriptions Made Easy. She will be attending Virginia Tech majoring in accounting.

• Erika Trenary: Strasburg High School, Transdermal Drug Delivery Using Anti-Depressants. She plans to attend Lord Fairfax Community College before transferring to Liberty University to study either nursing or psychology.

• Abigail Davis, Strasburg High School, Stimulation Program. She plans to attend William and Mary to study kinesiology as she pursues a career as a physician's assistant specializing in orthopedics.

• John Garber, Stonewall Jackson High School, Panax Ginseng-A Healthier Caffeine Alternative. He plans to attend West Virginia University majoring in forensic examination to prepare for a career with the Federal Bureau of Investigations.

Third row:

Biomedical Academy Science Teachers Delynda Hendricks, Melissa Marston and Jamie Coleman. Todd Lynn, second from right, is supervisor of Career and Technical Education.