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Louisiana State University School of Medicine

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Ashleigh Nave

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Ashleigh is a second-year medical student at LSU New Orleans. She graduated from Tulane University with a degree in Neuroscience. She loves team sports and group runs, and appreciates any opportunity to meet others through physical activity. Her favorite things to do in her free time are pick-up soccer games with her med school peers, and bike rides in the local city park. In the past, Ashleigh has enjoyed playing soccer and rugby, and swimming. She looks forward to helping patients find ways to stay active that fit their lifestyles.

Morgan McCoy

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Morgan is the president of Medicine in Motion at LSUHSC New Orleans. She graduated with a B.A. in Neuroscience from Claremont McKenna College, where she played soccer and rugby. She also has a Masters Degree in Medical Sciences from Mississippi College. An avid sports fan, Morgan loves finding ways to stay active and social through team sports and workouts. She is passionate about making fitness accessible and enjoyable to everyone, and she hopes to work towards this goal through LSU's chapter of Medicine in Motion.

Natalie Bush

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Natalie Bush is the VP for LSUHSC's chapter of Medicine in Motion. When she's not watching lectures and doing anki, she likes to jog in City Park and on our campus walkways. she also enjoys hiking, kayaking, and HIIT workouts. Cats are pretty cool too. She believes Medicine in Motion helps achieve the important task of preventing burnout and strengthening mental health.

Rose Luder

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Rose is a second-year medical student at LSUHSC School of Medicine in New Orleans. Rose grew up in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, where she developed a passion for the outdoors and fitness. Rose graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018 with a degree in biology. During her time there, she got into long-distance running, a passion she continues to have today. In medical school, Rose spends her study breaks riding her bike around new places in New Orleans, going on runs, and attending any free fitness class the city might offer. Rose is passionate about encouraging other people to enjoy the outdoors in feasible, inexpensive ways.