iRace, Research

iRACE Lab Welcomes 2 Interns

The iRACE Lab is excited to welcome Colleen Beichner and Marielise Torres, interns from the InternFSU program.

The InternFSU program provides on-campus paid experiential learning opportunities for currently enrolled full-time, undergraduate, degree-seeking FSU students.
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Colleen Beichner is a senior at Florida State University double-majoring in Sociology and Public Health. She has worked with the local community college and their Model UN team on researching a wide variety of nuanced issues concerning human rights. She has a passion for international relations, understanding socio-economic systems, and improving health equity.  
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Marielise Torres is an undergraduate student attending Florida State University and currently studying Pre-Clinical Professions through the Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences degree program. She is currently interning with the IRACE lab as a lab research assistant and is assisting in the literature and data management on one of their current studies. She is interested in Family Medicine and social behavioral research and would like to continue her educational career focused on these subjects.