Hi there! I am a senior hailing from Norcal and majoring in Molecular Biology with certificates in neuroscience and global health and health policy. While my current labwork involves learning and aging in C.elegans, I am also interested in health-related issues ranging from the global delivery of care for infants and children to topics dealing with women as patients and physicians. It wasn’t until my sophomore year that I’d really decided on pursuing a medical career, but I now serve as the very enthusiastic organizer of dinner discussions for the Women in Medicine subgroup of the Premed society and as a prehealth peer advisor. On campus, I’m also an officer for the Women in Science colloquim group, an editor for the Princeton Journal of Bioethics, a res college peer tutor, and a slightly lacking-in-practice badminton player. In addition, my volunteering activities both in local as well as overseas hospitals have been a really integral part of my experience as a Princeton student. Despite it all, I always always try to make time for a quick pearl milk tea break!
But I know it isn’t easy finding the best way to navigate Princeton academics, still have time for all your interests, and not feel overwhelmed. So if you have any questions about bio/premedicine or about finding the right balance or would just like to chat, don’t hesitate to reach out to me!