At Wooster, I was a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major, a Sociology minor, and was on the PHP. I was involved in research throughout undergrad, and spent a semester studying abroad in London and Kingston to learn more about public health in practice.

I joined the Pathway because I was interested in how molecular biology and sociology could work together, and I quickly realized that public health was the intersection of those two interests.

Currently, I am at the Cleveland Clinic working on a PhD in Molecular Medicine, but still keeping my interest in public health by focusing on how molecular medicine can be used to help larger communities.