About me


Thanks for taking a look at my HIV webpage! My name is Kayleen Kinsley and I chose to make a webpage on HIV because I have been really intrigued about HIV every since I learned about it in 7th grade. Originally, it amazed me how there was so much mystery surrounding the virus. Now, I just want to help stop the pandemic across the globe. I am a freshman at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. I am majoring in Biology with a minor in Women's Studies. I hope to go on to a PA program, but if that doesn't work out, I would love to study diseases. I am originally from Racine, Wisconsin, which is in the southeast part of the state. I enjoy the outdoors, hanging out with friends, learning about nutrition and of course, HIV!

My Brother and I, courtesy of meHere I am with my younger brother!

I hope you have enjoyed learning about HIV. If you have any questions you can contact me at kinsley.kayl@students.uwlax.edu. I am glad I had the opportunity to learn more about what I love.


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