I graduated from McGill University with a B.Sc. in Anatomy & Cell Biology in May 2018. I have always been interested in the medical field and the idea of building better and smarter tools. I spent a large portion of my undergraduate career conducting molecular biology research, building genetic mutations and pursing artificial enzymes. This interest was initially sparked by growing up on multiple continents, affording me a first-hand look at the variability of global healthcare, namely the complexity of medical technology and its regional availability. I am excited to join Rice’s M.B.E in Global Medical Innovation, where I look forward to acquiring the design and development skills in biotechnology needed to affect change on a global scale.