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Amy Lu

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Amy Lu is a junior studying Molecular & Cellular Biology with a minor in Visual Arts born in Ottawa, Ontario and residing in Plano, Texas. Passionate about medicine and helping others, Amy hopes to become a doctor who reduces health disparities. Currently, Amy is researching osteosarcoma in mice at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Pathology. She also volunteers at the Baltimore Museum of Art, where she teach families about the museum’s art and how to reproduce them in arts and crafts projects. On-campus, she is involved in Global Brigades, Salud (where she teach public health lessons in Spanish to immigrants at CASA de Maryland), and the Community School Initiative (where she writes and teaches biology labs to disadvantaged high school students at The Community School). Her passion for science was seen in high school, when she pursued her own research project on yeast cells. This took her to district, state, and international science fairs, where she won the silver medal. In her free time, she loves to watch sitcoms such as The Office and paint. Fun fact, she has oil paintings exhibited in various art galleries in Dallas, Texas, such as the H. Paxton Moore Fine Art Gallery.


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