California University of Science and Medicine
Jon Browne is a second-year medical student at CUSM. He is originally from San Diego and graduated from UCLA in 2019 with a degree in Biology. He is passionate about community engagement and spends his free time powerlifting, golfing, hiking, and surfing.
Miranda is a second-year medical student at CUSM. She grew up in Dana Point, California, where she was a competitive swimmer on her high school swim team. She attended the University of California, San Diego as an undergrad and worked in the Emergency Department before starting medical school at CUSM. Her favorite activities are running, hiking, rock climbing, and yoga, and she loves going to school at CUSM because of all the amazing hiking and rock climbing the area has to offer. Miranda believes the benefits of exercise go far beyond physical health, and it is the major way she prevents burnout as a medical student. She is excited to begin sharing these benefits with her school and community through Medicine in Motion.
Preea is a current second year at CUSM. She attended UCSD where she received a BS in Neuroscience and Physiology before returning to her hometown of Riverside to attend medical school. Being active has been a huge part of her life and has helped her tremendously in both her physical and mental health. She will find a way to be active at least once every day whether its weightlifting, HIIT workouts, yoga, running or hiking. Preea is specifically excited to help create a community at CUSM around her passions of staying active and mental health, advocating for how physical activity can benefit more aspects of life than just physical health!
Kisan is a first year medical student at CalMed in Redlands. He grew up in Eagle Rock, CA and graduated from USC with a Bachelor’s in Neuroscience (‘18) and a Master’s in Global Medicine (‘19). At USC, he played on the club basketball team and also found an interest in weightlifting. Not having avidly engaged in sports until later in high school, Kisan has discovered an outlet for himself through physical activity, particularly basketball. He appreciates that the impact of athletics extends into realms of mental health and can serve as a great way to cope with stress – particularly in medical school. He is excited to continue learning about the benefits of exercise with his peers by bringing MedMotion to CalMed.