Kelsey Sicker (she/her/hers) is a fourth-year medical student at The Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio. She studied Biology at The Ohio State University. As a medical student, she was a dedicated leader as co-president for the Students for Integrative Medicine interest group and the Student Wellness Team where she promoted self-care, combated burnout, and coordinated opportunities for student exposure to complementary and alternative medicine. She was part of a team that implemented a Culinary Medicine curriculum for medical students and was involved in teaching cooking classes for both student peers and patients. She volunteered at a local free clinic to do auricular acupuncture for patients. She is driven by a passion for learning and for holistic medicine, particularly lifestyle, psycho-emotional, and spiritual contributions to health.
Kelsey is pursuing Family Medicine residency where she dreams of teaching cooking classes for her patients, performing acupuncture, and incorporating osteopathic manipulative treatments in patient care. Kelsey enjoys playing and watching sports (especially the Buckeyes), cooking (and eating), dancing, and giving massages.