William Yan

William Yan is a rising junior from Plano, Texas majoring in biology. He was born in Shanghai, China and moved to the US in middle school. He plans to pursue a MD-PhD degree and is interested in translational research, health literacy, and scientific communication. Outside of classroom and lab, William enjoys watching Formula 1, playing basketball with friends, and pingpong. This summer, he will work as a CNA at Hillcrest.

Wayne Wen

I am an international student from the UK majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Biology and Chemistry. I love chatting with people and absorbing their wisdom and knowledge. I am also an avid Rugby fan and player and was the president of Duke Club Rugby 2021-2022. Fun fact: I drive a 1990 convertible that is constantly breaking down! But that’s the fun of it.

Victoria Ko

Victoria Ko is a rising junior (Class of 2026) from San Francisco majoring in Chemistry and Biology and pursuing certification in Science and the Public. She works in the Matsunami Lab on olfactory receptors. After her undergraduate years, she plans to pursue a career in medicine and/or research. In her spare time, she enjoys singing with the Duke Chorale, cheering on the Blue Devils at Duke Basketball games, roaming the beautiful Sarah P. Duke Gardens, and attending various club activities.

Stephanie Minaya

My name is Stephanie, born and raised in Northern Virginia, and pursuing a double major in Global Health and Biology, with aspirations of joining the medical profession. My passion for healthcare stems from a deep-rooted desire to address socioeconomic disparities, aiming to mitigate the inequalities that impact healthcare access and outcomes. Providing assistance to those who have been underserved is at the core of my mission, a way of reciprocating the support I once received. Aside from my excitement about the opportunities with ReMed, I’m eager to connect with our cohort! In my downtime, I love playing soccer, exploring new restaurants, and embarking on spontaneous adventures. On campus, I’m actively involved in various executive roles and organizations, including Duke Cardea Fellows, Mi Gente, Duke Women’s Club Soccer, and Duke Catholic Center.

Srishti Kumari

Srishti Kumari is a rising senior from Sioux Falls, South Dakota majoring in neuroscience with minors in global health and chemistry. Her academic focus lies primarily at the intersection of neurological disorders and public health, an area where she hopes to bridge the gap as a physician. Beyond the classroom, you can find Srishti pursuing new creative ventures–culinary, cinematic, and otherwise.

Samantha Seewald

Samantha Seewald is a rising senior from Pittsburgh, PA majoring in Biology, minoring in Psychology, and pursuing a certificate in Child Policy Research. She is passionate about community service and is involved in many service-oriented clubs at Duke, including Runway of Dreams (an organization that empowers people with disabilities through fashion), FEMMES+ (an educational outreach program for elementary school students who are underrepresented in STEM fields), and Challah for Hunger (an organization in which students bake and sell challah bread to raise money for charities that fight hunger). Through ReMed, she hopes to learn more about the intersection of healthcare and the humanities, specifically while working with patients who have complex care needs. She looks forward to applying these teachings while working at an Orthodontics practice this summer and in her future career as a dentist.