WashU School of Medicine
WUSM Medicine in Motion is open to anyone in the WashU medical community interested in supporting and/or participating in endeavors related to fitness, exercise, and well-being.
I am a second-year MD/PhD student from Indianapolis, IN. For undergraduate, I attended Indiana University-Bloomington (IUB) and majored in Biology, with a concentration in Ecology. I fell in love with cycling and took up rowing during my year abroad in England. At IUB, I joined an amateur cycling team for our historic Little 500 bike race (the premise of the Oscar winning moving”Breaking Away”). I am excited to be a leader for Medicine in Motion at WashU and connect our community with active medical students around the world!
I am a second-year medical student at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. I grew up in Dublin, California before attending MIT (SB ’18, MEng ’19), where I majored in Computer Science & Molecular Biology and Music. As a former competitive cheerleader, I’m excited to get (and stay) active with the WashU and MedMotion communities!