I am a junior studying biology on the premed track with minors in chemistry and mathematics. I was born in Singapore, hold a Canadian citizenship and attended a high school in Buffalo, New York. My goal is to obtain an MD/PhD in a biological or biochemical field. I’m fascinated with learning about how diseases affect the human body on a molecular level. I’m currently a part of the Mahal lab, which is in the biomedical chemistry department, and studies the role of glycosylation in human health and disease. Currently we are mapping the interactions between microRNAs and glycosylation genes. In addition to WINS, I am a part of the Presidential Honors Scholars Program, International Student Club, and NYU Biological Society. I am also a global guide for One to World, where I teach workshops about my culture and country. In my spare time, I enjoy binge watching TV shows, playing musical instruments, and travelling the world.