Pre-Health Professions

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Jordan Carver






Jordan is a current sophomore at Ursinus College but has already taken on life-changing challenges in his short time on campus. Just three weeks into his freshman year, Jordan began working on independent research with Dr. Mark Ellison dealing with treating antibiotic-resistant strains of e. Coli with Tetracycline attached to single-walled carbon nanotubes with hopes of inhibiting their growth more efficiently. Jordan also became a tour guide mid-way through his freshman year with the Office of Admissions and as of June of 2016 completed his certification as a nationally registered EMT. Jordan also has 300+ volunteer hours logged at the local Doylestown Hospital. Eventually, he plans on attending medical school after his time at Ursinus to become a general physician. Being treasurer for BAPS serves as Jordan’s next step in promoting his passion for science and helping his fellow students gain access to opportunities in the field of medicine they might not have known were available