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Kevin McIntyre

Class of 2010, Major - Biology
Student Cycles for a Cure
In his first semester at Saint Anselm, Kevin McIntyre's sister was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. While the diagnosis was difficult, Kevin used the experience to focus on the bigger picture and take action in the fight against cancer. The biology major became a bone marrow donor for his sister, and joined his family in biking the Pan Mass Challenge to raise money for cancer research. He participated again last summer, raising more than $6,000 two years. McIntyre's experience inspired him to bring his love of cycling into the classroom, working with professor Peter Larson in a directed research project. McIntyre wants to measure the relationship between cycling mechanics and body core stability by analyzing pedal types. Now as a recent graduate of Saint Anselm, McIntyre is interested in applying to the Jesuit Volunteer Corps for the fall and eventually attending graduate school.

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