Anu is a freshman from the Westford, MA (potentially) majoring in global health and minoring in WGSS. She enjoys writing about science and medicine, particularly topics relating to women’s health, and hopes to someday be an OB/GYN. In addition to Frontiers, she is actively involved in various volunteering activities around campus, serves as the marketing chair for WashU’s Representation Project, and spends whatever spare time she has catching up on sleep.
Alex is a sophomore from the San Francisco Bay Area studying neuroscience and computer science. Frontiers allows him to combine a love for writing with his interest in exciting STEM advances, which he thinks is pretty cool. He plays tennis often, listens to music as much as he can, and consumes an increasingly problematic amount of caffeine.
Anna is a junior from Durham, North Carolina double majoring in English Literature and American Culture Studies and minoring in Communication Design. When not illustrating for Frontiers, she enjoys baking pies, hiking in the mountains, and watching reruns of Friends.\
Connie is a junior from Hudson, Ohio majoring in statistics/probability math and biology. Writing for Frontiers allows her to delve into her interest in public health, medical research, and health equity while learning more about new topics. When she is not working, Connie can be found swimming and running with the triathlon team, exploring St. Louis, or trying new dessert recipes.
Prajwal is a sophomore in the School of Arts and Sciences studying Biology. He is from Clarksburg, Maryland and is interested in hearing the opinions of others on recent health and science related developments. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin is a junior from Atlanta, GA studying Biochemistry with a minor in Creative writing. He currently works in the Bhattacharya Lab at the Washington University School of Medicine on long-term plasma cell research. He is also a cook, concert pianist and an anime blogger.
Lily is a sophomore from Bethesda, MD studying Chemistry and Earth and Planetary Science. She has been writing for Frontiers since the spring of her freshman year. She is also on the WUSTL Equestrian Team and enjoys hiking and cooking in her spare time!
Sarah is a freshman from Pittsburgh, PA majoring in something that she hopes she will figure out soon. She enjoys writing for Frontiers because it gives her a chance to look at medicine through a creative and analytical perspective. When not stressing, Sarah can be found building houses with Habitat for Humanity and watching Netflix.