Stanford MD | 9/9 T25 Acceptances
Studied at Stanford University School of Medicine
Worked at Harvard Stem Cell Institute
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Harvard Stem Cell Institute
June 2021 - May 2023
As an undergraduate researcher, contributed to the lab's goal of identifying the hormonal requirements for normal regeneration of the uterine lining after menstruation and pregnancy. Completed an honors thesis entitled "Dissecting the contributions of androgens to postpartum endometrial regeneration".
Member: Genetics, Ethics, and Society Working Group
Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard
December 2020 - May 2023
Conducted a scoping literature review (published in the American Journal of Human Genetics) of recommendations for the use of race, ethnicity, and ancestry in health sciences in contribution to the Center's ongoing, multi-institutional, interdisciplinary project on genetic ethics.
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
January 2020 - May 2023
Teaching assistant for the courses Life Sciences 1B, Physical Sciences 2, and Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 10. Selected based on excellent performance in these courses and demonstrated ability to teach concepts.
Massachusetts General Hospital
May 2020 - August 2020
Worked under the supervision of Dr. Ann-Christine Duhaime, director of pediatric neurosurgery at MGH, to create a compelling argument for the construction of a "green" children's hospital in Boston: as a final product, co-created an interactive map of children's hospitals in the United States that demonstrates the location of existing sustainably-designed pediatric facilities alongside nationwide demographic and environmental conditions. Funded by the Harvard University Center for the Environment.
Stanford University School of Medicine
2023 - 2027
A.B., Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
2019 - 2023
Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa