My name is Hannah Eiseman, and I graduated from the University of Vermont in 2014 with a BS in Zoology. While at UVM, I studied abroad in Patagonia conducting field research. This ultimately led me (after graduating) to spend two summers in Atlin, British Columbia working as a researcher and co-leader for a study abroad program with the wildlife conservation non-profit, Round River Conservation Studies and their local partners, the Taku River Tlingit First Nation. I then changed gears to work as a veterinary technician in a small animal practice where I gained a love of medicine in addition to my passion for conservation work. I hope to use the experience I gain from the MCM program to further my goals of combining medicine, conservation and public health to work in genetics and infectious/zoonotic disease control. In my spare time, I enjoy running, traveling, reading, and listening to live music.