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Mon April 16, 2012
Hooked on science by accident, Kimberly Choi puts it to work in the global community
By Lisa Stiffler, Humanosphere correspondent
Kimberly Choi wound up testing malaria vaccines on mice quite by accident.
“I thought I was going to study Spanish literature,” Choi recalled.
But in 2006, Choi was encouraged by a high school biology teacher to participate in Seattle BioMed’s outreach program, BioQuest, which gives students a chance to do hands-on research.