Las Cruces, New Mexico
DO Candidate, Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine, New Mexico State University
BS, Zoology, Weber State University
Grant is currently a medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. His previous research experiences include projects focused on anatomic developmental abnormalities, rare presentations of lymphoma, and financial literacy among medical students. Currently applying to residency programs, he has chosen diagnostic radiology as his specialty of choice and will participate in the NRMP Match process in March. Grant is actively involved in writing manuscripts on rare disease pathologies for publication and presenting his research at medical conferences. With a panoramic perspective across medicine, research, volunteering, and family life, one of his primary goals is to share these experiences with others in hopes that difficult research endeavors will become easier for his students to navigate.
Grants’s Research Focus
- Radiologic imaging technologies
- Rare disease pathologies
- Medical education
- Medical finance and business
Grant’s Scholarly Activity
Current Research: Bilateral Necrotizing Lung Masses of Unknown Origin
Clunas G., Molchanova-Cook O.P., Rare Tracheal Involvement by Lymphoma and a Closer Look at the Differential Diagnosis of Tracheal Lesions, American Osteopathic College of Radiology “Top 3 Differentials in Radiology”, April 2023, Arizona, USA.