Landon KunzelmanStudent University of Illinois College of Medicine PeoriaClass of 2020
“Pathology pipeline,” or factors that influence medical students’ interest in pathology; pathology education in medical schools; online learning platform utilization in medical education.
Landon Kunzelman is a medical student, in the Class of 2020, at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria. He is interested in pursuing a residency in pathology. He grew up in rural Robinson, Illinois, where he attended high school for three years. He then earned a BS in Human Biology and an Associate’s in Music from Brigham Young University – Idaho. Throughout his post-secondary education, Landon has found great satisfaction tutoring and mentoring in multiple capacities and in various subjects, including as an undergraduate microbiology and cellular biology TA, as an MCAT tutor and mentor with Altius Test Prep, and as a medical school anatomy and pathology lab peer educator. While pursuing his undergraduate degrees, he served two years as a full-time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in San Bernardino, California (Spanish-speaking). His hobbies include spending time with his wife and two children, strength training, and participating in musical groups and performances.