PhD Student, Biological Chemistry
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
B.A. Quantitative Economics (Magna Cum Laude); B.S. Chemistry (Cum Laude) Concentration in Biochemistry; Minor in Biological Sciences- University of California, Irvine (2017)
Currently, I am a fifth year PhD candidate in the Biological Chemistry graduate program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as well as the Johns Hopkins-AstraZeneca scholar program, which was said to be a first-of-its-kind PhD training program jointly implemented by the Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Innovation in Graduate Biomedical Education and AstraZeneca, the global research-based biopharmaceutical company. After graduation, I hope to pursue a career in both academia and industry.
2 summer research internships at Harvard Medical School (2014, 2015), 1 year as undergraduate researcher at UCI Chemistry Department, 1 year as research assistant at UCI Economics Department, 1 year as peer tutor at UCI Economics Learning Center
1 quarter as learning assistant for molecular biology (BIO 99) at UCI LARC
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Phi Lambda Upsilon Honor Society, Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society, Golden Key Honor Society, American Red Cross
I love all kinds of sports, especially basketball. I also enjoy playing chess, travelling, reading and watching movies.
Type of Students:
Students who are interested in applying for graduate school or switching fields of studies.
Number of Students I can Mentor:
5 years 10 months ago
Ideal Mentoring Relationship:
Remote correspondence via email or any social media.