LYMAN — Terrall Collins, a sophomore at Lyman High School, was recently nominated and selected to represent the State of Wyoming at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders Feb. 14-16, in Washington, DC.
Collins is being recognized for his outstanding academic record, leadership potential, and his desire to contribute to the medical profession.
While attending this conference, Collins will meet Nobel Prize winners, inventors and scientists, medical school deans and leaders in medicine. He will have the opportunity to view a surgery and submit questions for the surgeon to answer in real time during the procedure.
Students at the conference will be eligible to compete for a full medical school scholarship along with two other partial scholarships. Lyman High School is very proud of Collins accomplishments, Todd Limoges, principal
Lyman High School said.
Collins is the son of Peter and Leanna Collins.
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