Join me as we take a look at some of my favourite projects I've worked on.
I had the chance to be the High School Science Correspondent during ISSCR 2021. As part of that role, I created two videos in collaboration with ISSCR and wrote one blog post for their blog, Stem Cells in Focus.
I've also been lucky enough to be a guest on a few podcasts where I talk about my experience with research as a young person, the advice I have for other young people in STEM, and more! Give the episodes a listen below.
I have previously completed a hands-on project involving zebrafish fin regeneration after exposure to herbicide. View a video and report on this project below.
Notably, I won a silver medal and the Sanofi Biogenius Canada award (for an outstanding project in biotechnology or life sciences) at Canada-Wide Science Fair 🥳
Apart from my personal newsletter, I was also the writer of Superposition's newsletter—Superposition's Snippets—where I wrote weekly segments on STEM news, opportunities for high school and college students, and more. View a few of the newsletters I've created below.
On August 13, 2022, I spoke about biotechnology at Pyxis Hacks, a coding event (hackathon) for middle school students. I introduced them to what biotech is, some of its amazing applications, and how they can get started in the field. Watch it below.
I got the great opportunity (from STEM ResearcHER, a student-run organization) to host a workshop all about how to write a research article for those just getting started. Watch it below.
On July 30, 2022, I had the opportunity to speak about a combinatory approach to Parkinson’s disease involving senolytics and a cell therapy in the Biocord Discord server. Watch it below.
At the beginning of 2021, I gave a talk titled The Rapid Development of COVID-19 Vaccines & How to Replicate it in the Future to over 50 attendees. Watch it below.
Combining Stem Cells & Design
Combining my passion for design and stem cells, I created The Stem Cell Game, a game where you can learn some basic information about stem cells and then test your knowledge. Click below to play.