Hi HumBio! Welcome to the Core! The Core was one of my favorite academic experiences at Stanford because it introduced me to a broad range of topics and taught me how important the connections between those topics are. As a HumBio major, I loved being able to explore my different areas of interest all within one major. My concentration was in Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society. I am very interested in exploring the ethical dilemmas that new neuroscience technologies create and developing mechanisms for solving these dilemmas. During my undergrad, I wrote an honors thesis on diagnosing ADHD using a new neuroimaging tool, conducted research in a psychiatry lab (which started through HB-REX!), spent a quarter at Stanford in Washington and interned at the National Institutes of Health in the Neuroethics division, led SPOT twice, and co-captained Stanford Women’s Varsity Squash team. During my free time, I love reading, listening to podcasts, and spending lots of time outdoors. I’m so excited to get to know you all and to help you learn more about what you’re passionate about through the Core and beyond!