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Myanah Keys ’23

Fulfilling a Dream

Myanah Keys ’23 was named one of Dayton’s “5 Under 25 young innovators” by the Dayton Business Journal and was recently one of 10 students nationwide to receive a grant for pediatric oncology research.

Space for Success

Myanah Keys '23 already has signature research credentials: She was named an Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation's 2022 Pediatric Oncology Student Training Program grant recipient. Along with nine other students from across the country, Keys received funding to learn from pediatric oncology mentors.

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All the research that I've been doing, they're all completely different, but they all are another avenue for me to help somebody in some way.

Myanah Keys ’23, biology

Being Involved at UD

Myanah not only participated in a lot of research, she found ways to be involved with the campus community and beyond, like serving as an academic success ambassador for MEC and as the National Panhellenic Council President.