Harsimran is a fourth-year premedical undergraduate student from Cincinnati, Ohio who is studying Chemical and Biological Engineering. Her prior research background is in using biomedical informatics to understand transcription regulation, but she’s interested in studying the role of liquid-liquid phase separation and p-bodies in neurodegenerative diseases such as ALS and Alzheimer’s. Outside of her classes and research, she serves as the Managing Editor of The Daily Princetonian, choreographs as the senior Artistic Director of TapCats, and serves as both a science tutor and telephone reassurance volunteer for the elderly. She is also a BSE Interactor and a part of the Society for Women Engineers. In her free time, she can be found either buried in a book or drawing
in her sketchbook.