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Camilo Campo, Former UW Liver Imaging Researcher, Continuing at Harvard

Posted on May 15, 2017

Camilo Campo, a former Associate Research Specialist in the University of Wisconsin Department of Radiology, is completing his first year at Harvard Medical School. Campo's path to Harvard can be traced all the way back to his time at Edgewood High School in Madison where he first became interested in medicine after an injury ended his football career during his sophomore year. After this injury, and the repeated doctor’s visits it entailed, he began to focus more and more on academics, starting his collegiate career at Madison College, and ultimately graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

For a year following his undergraduate work, Campo worked with Dr. Scott Reeder in the Liver Imaging Research Program (LIRP) at the School of Medicine and Public Health. LIRP is a program funded by the National Institutes of Health that focuses on research in the technical development and application of new MRI methods to assess liver disease. Campo was an Associate Research Specialist with Dr. Reeder, specifically working as an image analyst. Once he graduates from Harvard Medical School, Campo hopes to work with underserved populations, especially in Latino communities.

Read more about Camilo Campo’s story at madisoncollege.com



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