Mr. Trenton Fryman graduated from Rice University in 2019 majoring in Cognitive Science and Psychology. As an undergraduate he assisted with research in the Biobehavioral Mechanisms Explaining Disparities Laboratory investigating the public health concern of how bereavement can effect cardiovascular disease longitudinally. He also spent time working with the American Heart Association to lobby the Kentucky state legislature to pass a bill requiring that CPR be taught in all public high schools. Mr. Fryman is pursuing a professional master’s degree in Bioscience and Health Policy at Rice University in order to expand his experience and interests in biological research in order to generate positive improvements in health care systems and policy. Mr. Fryman is also a student athlete at Rice University, He is a member of the Men’s Cross Country and Track and Field teams.