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Mickey Sloat

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Biographical Info

Mickey Sloat is a sophomore from Davenport, Iowa studying Molecular and Cellular Biology and Theatre Arts. Having always been fascinated by biological mechanisms, she hopes to become a physician scientist in pediatrics or obstetrics. With a passion for women’s health in government and the provision of healthcare to individuals experiencing homelessness, Mickey founded “End the Sentence Campaign,” and has been able to provide approximately $1,000 of menstrual products to women’s, family, and homeless shelters. Mickey performs research in a cell biology lab investigating chromosome segregation during meiosis and genetic mechanisms. Outside of the classroom and lab, Mickey is a part of Barnstormers, Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium, IDEAL, and Alpha Phi Omega. She volunteers at the VA Hospital and has continued expanding her campaign. Some of her greatest achievements are that she is: a Hodson Trust Scholar, Thomas A. Dooley Scholarship Recipient, six-year national qualifier, finalist, and award winner in the National History Day competition, and a Herbert Hoover Uncommon Student. Fun fact, she loves to knit, embroider, and do calligraphy!

 

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