Scarlett Eagle

Community Engagement Coordinator

Scarlett has wanted to help the EDS/HSD community since being diagnosed with Hypermobile EDS in 2012. She is very passionate about advocacy and is excited to serve as Community Engagement Coordinator at the Ehlers-Danlos Society.

Scarlett graduated summa cum laude with honors from Iowa State University with a bachelor’s degree in genetics and a minor in statistics. While in school, Scarlett planned and hosted Iowa State University’s first Rare Disease Day and founded a Rare Disease Awareness Club in affiliation with the National Organization for Rare Disorders.

She also has over three years of research experience and developed a research project examining the role of microRNAs in the development of Hypermobile EDS using fruit flies as a model organism.

In her free time, Scarlett enjoys cooking, burning candles, and playing with her cats Watson and Stella.

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