This award recipient is a Rutgers senior who is double majoring in Cell Biology and Neuroscience, and minoring in Chemistry. Their accumulative GPA is 3.82. Apart from excelling as a student, they are a resident of the Honors and Douglas College, a member of the Rutgers University Choir, a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta: National Health Pre-professional Honor Society, a researcher at the W.M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience, a learning assistant at the campus learning center, and a Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital patient transporter. Apart from their academic accomplishments, they also excel with teaching in the classroom. They personally designed and taught a ten week FIGS course at Rutgers titled, “Careers in the Sciences.” They are a naturally gifted educator. In addition to their academic, teaching, and volunteer work, they also traveled to Amman, Jordan, to present research regarding improved working models to mend complications from hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, or when newborns don’t receive enough oxygen due to the umbilical cord being wrapped around necks during the birthing process, at an international conference. Because of their outstanding accomplishments, research, and future promise, they have already begun to receive interviews from medical schools seeking admittance.