Global Challenge: Data Science/AI/Robotics and Health

In this world, some comfortably live without struggle, and some are less privileged and are more in need of guidance and support. A true global leader should remember the ones who trail behind the team and use their knowledge and power to ensure no one in the team is left behind."


I am a sophomore majoring in Biomolecular Science and minoring in Mathematics. Coming to New York has been an enlightening journey, an experience that has not only expanded my intellectual horizons but has also woven the fabric of resilience and adaptability into my being.

Born in Ürümqi, China, and raised in both Ürümqi and Madrid, my upbringing endowed me with a unique perspective, a fusion of influences that has greatly enriched my worldview, while developing a profound interest in the intricacies of the human body and life at a molecular level.

Currently, I work as a peer subject tutor for biology and chemistry at the school tutoring center (PTC), where I find joy in helping fellow students unravel the complexities of these subjects. This role not only allows me to share my passion for the sciences but also reinforces my belief in the transformative power of collaborative learning. I also volunteer at New York Presbyterian Hospital weekly, where I find fulfillment in contributing to the well-being of others and gaining valuable insights into professions I am interested in. 

Outside of the classroom and workspace, I enjoy exercising, playing basketball, and traveling!