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Camas High senior Joy Young ‘leading the effort’ in STEM fields

She's presented multiple biomedical research works

By , Columbian staff writer
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Joy Young, second from left, stands alongside fellow students and faculty advisers from the University of California San Diego's Institute for Biomedical Engineering on Oct. 11 at the 2022 Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
Joy Young, second from left, stands alongside fellow students and faculty advisers from the University of California San Diego's Institute for Biomedical Engineering on Oct. 11 at the 2022 Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo provided by Roger Young) Photo Gallery

Senior year in high school is always a balancing act: managing priorities, assessing long-term goals and finding time to have fun here and there.

For Joy Young, however, that act is more like an extreme sport.

Young, a senior at Camas High School, recently presented research findings at the 2022 Biomedical Engineering Society Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

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