What attracted you to the Keller Center?
Early on, I was just interested in learning more about the history and development of American science. However, after taking one course, I found myself enamored by the breadth of the topic, leading me to take more courses and eventually pursue a certificate in the course. All throughout, the Keller Center was a fantastic hub for discovering and discussing the interplay between the topics I was able to study in these courses.
How have you beneﬁted from your involvement with the Keller Center?
Studying the societal factor - often kept separate from my technical courses - gave me a greater appreciation for the work that goes into both the practice, application, and management of science in daily life.
What are your academic or career goals?
I plan to study at the intersection of bioinformatics and human health and to become a research scientist.