A 20 year old, male, medical student from Canada. Born in the U.S. and brought into Canada as a small boy I was always interesting in helping those who were in need. Many things I did throughout my childhood lead me into studying medicine to help other. I always enjoyed playing the healer role/ support role and decided to take that passion into college. School was never my passion so I just scrapped by and was only interesting in the hands on helping of others I could careless about the book work on the subject. Even so I was one of the more knowledgeable students in my class (even though my academics did not show it). The head of the medical department noticed my passion for the art of medicine and had an interesting offer for me. An offer to have me sent to a place called Chernarus a land I had never heard of before but I accepted. I arrived in Chernarus via a study aboard opportunity presented by the U.N. through my institution. My groups goal was simple to research and conducting field experiments in collaboration with the U.N. to study how a new airborne illnesses affects the human body and finding a remedy for the common civilian affected. Now that the outbreak hit I use my passion of the healing arts to lend a helping hand and administering aid all across Chernarus.