Xavier students participate in Mayo Clinic program

Pictured, left is Ana Gallo, Lisbet Maldonado, and Claudia Lucca.  The three Xavier students are holding a model of a spine which they repaired surgically with metal rods and screws in order to combat scoliosis. (Submitted photo)

Pictured, left is Ana Gallo, Lisbet Maldonado, and Claudia Lucca. The three Xavier students are holding a model of a spine which they repaired surgically with metal rods and screws in order to combat scoliosis. (Submitted photo)

Ten Xavier College Preparatory students – seniors Ana Gallo, Jennifer Gross, Frances Hansen, Claudia Lucca, Lisbet Maldonado, Ainsley Ramsey, Alexandra Robbins, Hailey Tallman, Julia Teeter, and junior Caroline Clark – completed The Perry Initiative’s program for high school women aspiring to be leaders in medicine and engineering at the Mayo Clinic Sept. 12-13.

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