Hi HumBio! I'm a senior from Corona, CA, and I'm super excited to be one of your SA's this year. In my time here on campus, I've found the flexibility for curiosity in the Human Biology Program very rewarding. My area of concentration is Global Child Health, and so I've had the pleasure of taking classes that range from topics of policy to public health to epidemiology. The intersections of my academic interests really came together with my experiences during an internship with a global health consulting firm in DC with Stanford in Washington. In addition, I've spent a good chunk of my Stanford experience learning the in's and out's of in vivo research in the Sage Lab. My research experience has dived right into cancer biology, and HumBio has provided the opportunity for me to deeply reflect and communicate my journey through writing a thesis. It's possible, come to talk to me if you're at all interested.
Outside of classes, I spend my time talking about ancient scripture with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, interpreting Vietnamese in the Santa Clara Emergency Department, and playing around with middle schoolers in EPA. I also peer coordinate and advise for the Community Service Work Study program at the Haas Center for Public Service. In my free time, I enjoy doing Blogilates in the privacy of my room, running, and excessively watching TV! I can also be found at pho restaurants, or pretending to swim in the ocean with a wetsuit!