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Former Student Athlete, MRSA Survivor
Tori Kinamon is a former collegiate gymnast and MRSA survivor turned infection prevention advocate whose mission is to help other athletes avoid athletically-acquired infections. She graduated from Brown University in 2017 with a B.A. in Health and Human Biology, where she conducted clinical and laboratory research on MRSA in the Mylonakis Laboratory at Rhode Island Hospital. Tori is currently working with the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network on a project to standardize infection prevention and control procedures in high-school and collegiate athletic settings. She will be starting medical school at Duke University School of Medicine in the fall of 2019.