Afiya Quryshi is a sophomore in Eliot House, concentrating in Molecular & Cellular Biology with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. She is interested in precision medicine, stem cell technology, and the mystery of noncoding regions in the genome. Emma MacKenzie is a junior in Kirkland House studying History of Science with a focus on biology. They are interested in bugs, plants, disease, and how the three have intersected with each other throughout history. Senior Editors
Maya Burhanpurkar is a senior in Quincy house studying physics and computer science. She is interested in machine learning applications for theoretical physics and algorithmic fairness. Rachel Seevers is a member of the class of 2023 at Harvard College studying mechanical engineering and educational studies. While on campus she lives in Mather House; however, Rachel is originally from Lexington, Kentucky. Growing up a girl in STEM in a rural state, Rachel faced many oppositions to pursuing her dream of becoming an engineer and didn’t have many of the opportunities her peers did. She has since been recognized at the international level for aeronautical research and uses her platform to encourage young women to pursue STEM fields. Rachel’s ultimate goal is to revolutionize how we teach science, technology, engineering, and math in America. Raymond Lin is a sophomore at Harvard planning to concentrate in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology. He is interested in conducting medical research aimed at developing therapeutics to combat age-related disorders. In his free time, Raymond enjoys playing badminton and going for walks. Senior Designers
Maddy Kidd is a sophomore in Kirkland House, concentrating in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology. She is interested in genetic engineering and epigenetic modulation, especially in their application to cancer therapies and regenerative medicine. Raj Sastry is a sophomore in Quincy House concentrating in History and Science. He is interested in the intersection of science and the humanities, as well as vaccine development and stem cell research.
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