I graduated from UC Berkeley in May 2019 with a BSc in microbial biology and an emphasis in computational genomics. I am interested in genetics and genomics. During my undergraduate, I used a novel CRISPR/Cas9 multiplex editing technique to modify soybean genome, aiming to enhance the plant's immunity. I also worked in projects related to microbial and zebrafish genetics. I think of genetics as a unifying lens to examine the rich biodiversity and evolutionary history on Earth. At Moi Lab, I will examine the genomes of evolving populations and develop CRISPR tools for polygenic editing. Outside of research, I like books, games, and the outdoors.