Executive Board


Executive Director: Chase Breimeier

  Exec FL18 – SP19 | Editor SP18 – SP19 |

Writer SP18

 

Chase is a junior from the suburbs of Chicago majoring in Psychological & Brain Sciences with a minor in Healthcare Management. He joined Frontiers in his first year at WashU and has served as a writer, editor, and executive member (first as the recruitment chair and currently as the executive director). Outside of Frontiers, Chase is a resident advisor for one of the first-year residential colleges and also a research assistant in a personality development lab on campus. When he gets a couple free minutes here and there, you might find him spending time with friends, listening to music, or catching up on sleep.


Co-Editor-in-Chief: Anu Balasubramanian

Exec SP18 – FL19 | Writer FL16 – FL17, SP19 | Editor FL17 – SP18

 

Anu is a senior from the Westford, Massachusetts double majoring in Global Health and Computational Biology, and minoring in WGSS. She joined Frontiers because she loves writing about science and medicine, particularly topics relating to women’s health. Apart from Frontiers, she is involved in Beat Therapy, sings, does research at the med school, and spends her spare time catching up on sleep.

 


Co-Editor-in-Chief: Anhthi Luong

Exec SP18 – FL19 | Writer FL17 – SP18, SP19 | Editor FL17 – SP18, SP19

 

Anhthi is a junior from St. Louis, Missouri, potentially majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Healthcare Management. She enjoys writing about science and medicine, particularly topics relating to research within the medical community and controversial medical issues. Other than Frontiers, Anhthi is an active hospital volunteer and is a member of an anesthesiology research lab.

 

 


Co-Director of Public Relations: Soyi Sarkar

Exec SP18 – FL19 | Writer SP18 – FL19 | Editor SP18 – FL18, FL19

 

Soyi is a junior from Short Hills, New Jersey majoring in Neuroscience and Mathematics. She joined Frontiers to understand the intersection of medicine and journalism, and to learn more about relevant topics in healthcare and medicine facing society today. Soyi loves to volunteer and give back to the WashU and larger STL communities, and works in a Leukemia lab at the med campus. In her free time, she loves hanging out with her friends, taking walks in forest park, and spending all her meal points.

 


Co-Director of Public Relations: Casey Connelly

Exec FL19 | Editor SP19

 

Casey is a junior from New York City majoring in PNP with a minor in Economics. She joined Frontiers to learn more about current health problems and to be part of the production of a magazine, especially the editing and distribution processes. She enjoys reading, photography and traveling in her spare time.

 

 

 


Director of Operations: Daniel Berkovich

Exec FL19 | Writer FL18 – SP19

 

Daniel is a junior from St. Louis, Missouri majoring in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry with a minor in Writing. He joined Frontiers because he believes communication is an integral and often-overlooked aspect of health science. He works in a protein biochemistry lab on the Danforth Campus where he studies metabolic enzymes in plants. In his free time, Daniel enjoys listening to all kinds of music and hanging out with friends. He also really likes going to parks in the rare case that St. Louis weather permits.

 


Director of Finances: Isaac Mordukhovich

Exec FL19 | Writer SP18 – SP19

 

Isaac is a junior from Chandler, AZ and studying Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology. He enjoys learning more about all branches of medicine, but he is most interested in the social and biological aspects of mental health. In his free time, Isaac is working at a psychopharmacology lab, volunteering, climbing, or day dreaming about snowboarding.

 

 


Co-Web Editor: Lily Xu

Exec SP18 – FL19 | Writer FL17 – SP18

 

Lily is a senior from St. Louis, Missouri majoring in Biomedical Engineering and minoring in Computer Science and Bioinformatics. She joined Frontiers in her sophomore year as an illustrator and web editor. Within STEM, she is passionate about medicine, bioengineering, and research. In her free time, she enjoys graphic design, composing music, and working with children.

 

 


Co-Web Editor: Yumi Sasaki

Exec FL18 – FL19 | Writer FL17 – SP18

 

Yumi is a junior from Tokyo, Japan studying biology. She has been a writer since fall of sophomore year, and enjoys researching current innovations in the health field for Frontiers. In her free time, you can find her exploring the outdoors, watching anything Star Wars, and daydreaming about her next meal.

 

 

 

 


Co-Director of Design: Eugenia Yoh

Exec FL19 | Illustrator SP17 – FL19

Eugenia is currently a junior at Washington University hoping to pursue Communication Design with a focus onillustration. Her favorite mediums are watercolor and digital. In her free time she enjoys cooking, doodling, walking in therain, reading, handwriting letters, and staring blankly into space, contemplating the meaning of life.

 

 

 

 

 


Co-Director of Design: Lucy Chen

Exec FL19 | Illustrator SP18 – FL18

 

Lucy is a junior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania studying Communication Design. She enjoys learning how to design typography and lettering. In her free time, she’s an avid dancer with an addiction to caffeine and chocolate (best combined in a mocha).

 

 

 

 


Faculty Advisor: Seema Dahlheimer 

 

Seema, from St. Louis, teaches Technical Writing and is a faculty member of the Engineering Communication Center at Washington University, where she helps Engineering students with all types of writing. She has been working with Wash U students on personal statements for medical school for over a decade, and loves helping them rediscover and articulate their passion for medicine. Seema is also a freelance writer, an aspiring novelist, a bibliophile, a food lover, and an advocate for how great St. Louis is. She spends most of her free time with her husband and 3-year-old son–exploring playgrounds, trying to cook Indian food the way her mom did, reading more children’s books than she ever thought possible, and explaining everything from why the Earth spins to where all the snow goes when it melts to where chocolate milk comes from–Chocolate cows.

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