Katrina Blackburn Mitchell
Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH
Degree in allopathic medicine anticipated June 2006.
Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
Post-baccalaureate premedical program. Certificate in pre-medical studies August 2001.
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
A.B. in history May 2000, Phi Beta Kappa. Class of 1875 Award for most outstanding history thesis in graduating class. 1998 Division III All-American tennis player. 1998 "National Player to Watch Award." 1997-2000.
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Dean's List. Big East All-Academic Team, NCAA Division I. 1996-1997.
Albert Schweitzer Fellow, NH/VT Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Organization, Hanover, NH
Awarded year-long fellowship to develop community health project. Worked with teen court alternative program to create educational program about prevention, recognition, and treatment of substance abuse. 2003-2004.
C. Everett Koop Scholar, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH
Recognized for community service in the field of addiction medicine, education in addiction medicine beyond medical school requirements, and commitment to continued work in the addiction medicine field. 2003-2004
Dartmouth Center for Addictions and Recovery, Student Representative, Hanover, NH
Student representative to community planning committee that seeks to address addiction, encourage recovery, and provide resources for modeling substance abuse educational and training programs. 2003-present
Student Teacher, Partners in Health Education program, Hanover, NH
Taught seventh grade science students enrichment courses on medically-related topics. Coordinated with regular teacher, prepared lesson plans, and used creative teaching supplements to engage students. 2002-2003.
Health Assistant, Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer camp, Los Angeles, CA
Responsible for the medical care and medication management of over 500 campers. Summer 2003.
Freelance Writer, Dartmouth Medicine magazine, Hanover, NH
Interview and photograph subjects in the medical community for feature in the magazine. 2002-present.
Family Program Participant, Betty Ford Center Institute for Medical Students, Rancho Mirage, CA
Selected as one of 75 students nationwide to observe interdisciplinary approach to inpatient substance abuse treatment. Learned about impact of alcohol and drug dependency on family members and role of health care providers in prevention, treatment, and support. Summer 2002.