Chineze (Chichi) is a 3rd-year medical student at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She grew up in Canton, MI (home of the only ikea in Michigan) before heading to Michigan State University to receive a B.S. in Human Biology with a double minor in French and Bioethics in 2018. While at MSU, she was heavily involved in volunteer work in Honduras, student government, Camp Kesem, and breast cancer research. During undergrad she conducted prostate cancer research at Duke University. She entered medical school immediately after graduating from undergrad. As a medical student, Chichi has been involved with multiple student organizations as well as surgical and critical care research. In the summer of 2020, she worked as a graduate camp advisor for Camp Kesem. She is interested in pursuing a career in Anesthesiology and improving the perioperative care in the US and abroad. She loves music festivals, the bachelor, and traveling to new places. Applying to medical school is a scary unknown process and Chichi is here to help mentor you until you hear those golden words: "You got in!"