About Me

Hi everyone!  My name is Bryan Johnson, and I am a freshman at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse - a fantastic school!  I am pursuing a major in Biology/Pre-Medicine and a minor in Chemistry with a Biomedical Science concentration.  My ultimate goal is to become an orthopedic surgeon and help people overcome sports related injuries by fixing them up.  This project is a part of the class Organismal Biology offered here at UW-L and is taught by two of the greatestMy brother's wedding.  professors on campus:  the king of animals - Dr. Greg Sandland - and the king of plants/fungi - Dr. Tom Volk.  If you ever have the chance to meet them, do not hesitate!  I would have to say that the process of building this webpage has been a great experience knowing that I am contributing to an even larger project (www.MultipleOrganisms.net) that has been underway for many years now.  When I am not researching the Panamanian Golden Frog for this project, I enjoy spending time outdoors.  Specifically, one of my biggest passions is playing golf.  I am lucky enough to say I have gotten a hole-in-one already in my life!  The golfing gods must be on my side.  Anyways, I have a great support system at home in my parents, Craig and Michelle.  I have one older brother, Michael, and sister-in-law, Haley, who recently welcomed a daughter into this world, how cool!  But all-in-all, I hope you have learned a lot about the Panamanian Golden Frog during your visit to my page.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at johnson.brya@uwlax.edu. 

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