Phasin Gonzalez consistently has performed at the top of his class across all of his chemistry/biochemistry courses at Stetson. In addition, he has served in a valuable teaching capacity as a student peer instructor in Organic Chemistry I and II classes over the past two years.
During summer 2019, Phasin participated in a prestigious Research Experience for Undergraduates appointment at the University of Kansas, where he studied "The Microfluidic Affinity Selection and Electrical Detection of Circulating Tumor Cells in Blood Samples from Metastatic Cancer Patients," a topic he would later use for his senior research project at Stetson. Phasin presented that research at the National 2020 Pittcon Conference in Chicago.
Phasin's ultimate ambition is to become a medical doctor. Following a gap year, he plans to take the Medical College Admission Test and apply to schools.