Tell Us about Yourself
I am majoring in Neuroscience at Harvard and conducting research on Alzheimer’s disease at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
What AEOP program(s) did you participate in?
Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS)
Words of Advice?
After you have completed all your hard work and research, make sure you present your ideas in a way that an audience who is not familiar with your field can still answer it.
Best Things about the Program?
The best thing about JSHS is the opportunity to meet others who share a passion for using science to solve real world challenges. I am still friends with students who I met at JSHS!
How Participating in AEOP Inspired You to Advance in the STEM Field?
Participating in JSHS inspired me to continue advancing in the STEM field by giving me a platform to share my scientific research and providing me with an opportunity to interact with other young science enthusiasts.
Who is your favorite STEM role model?
My peers are my #1 role models because everyday I see how hard they work at tackling some of the biggest scientific questions of our time.
What are your future hopes and dreams?
To develop treatments for neurological disorders, directly improve the lives of patients as a doctor, and impact global health on a larger scale through policy.