I am a fifth year MD-PhD student at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
I am originally from outside DC and attended Brown University, where I completed an independent major in Human Rights. As an undergraduate, I spent time studying and working on public health initiatives in South Africa. After graduating, I spent two years as a fellow in the NIH Department of Bioethics where I worked on ethical issues related to priority setting for health research. Generally, I am interested in figuring out how organizations can do as much good as possible with limited resources.
Going forward, I hope to continue researching ethical issues in public health and medicine, particularly around the allocation of health resources. I also enjoy doodling, playing ukulele, raising two cats, and tweeting lukewarm takes.