Paul (CAS ’15)


I am a junior honors college student working on a Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major / Chinese minor in the College of Arts and Sciences. I work in the Cooper Lab, doing research on survival pathways in different forms of cancer. For the past few years, I’ve been volunteering with the program Health Leads, an in-clinic service that connects patients with social resources. I also volunteer with Global Medical Brigades, a program that provides medical care to rural villages in Honduras. This year, I started work on my KHC Keystone Project, which will involve researching physical activity and exercise in Boston immigrant populations, and how physical well being is affected by the acculturation process. I’m on the pre-med track, and hope to go to medical school after I graduate. 


Outside of school, I’m slowly learning to cook. I like dogs, the internet, and sleeping in.