Student Scholar 2014
Jeremy Bray was born in Hawaii, grew up in Arizona, and attended high school in Connecticut. He is currently taking premedical coursework, while also studying Chinese and Management at BYU. After serving a Mandarin speaking mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Taiwan and California, Jeremy developed a passion for studying Chinese. In the fall of 2013, he had the opportunity to study abroad in China at Nanjing University. While there, he finished many of the requirements for a major in Chinese, as well as became certified as Advanced-High in Chinese fluency by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. In the summer of 2014, Jeremy completed an accounting and finance internship at Experian in Costa Mesa, CA. He is currently doing research at BYU in the Physiology and Developmental Biology Department of the College of Life Sciences. In October 2015, he presented his research about caffeine concentration and its effect on skeletal muscle differentiation at the American College of Sports Medicine conference in Newport Beach, CA. In addition, Jeremy is currently working at BYU in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department as an inorganic chemistry recitation leader. Jeremy is preparing to take the MCAT and hopes to attend medical school upon graduating from BYU in 2016. In his free time, he enjoys cooking with his wife, playing basketball, softball, and skateboarding.
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