Meet our impressive final group of
2021 Summer Program students!
Lindsay Salvati is from New Haven, CT and currently attends Connecticut College in New London, CT. She will be graduating in Spring 2022. Lindsay is a mathematics major with a statistics concentration, as well as a linguistics and psychology minor and a pathway in Entrepreneurship. She plans to go to graduate or medical school to obtain her master’s and then continue school to get a Ph.D. in Biostatistics. She would like to one day become a Senior Biostatistician at a hospital and process data associated with large clinical trials.
Alden Soto is a rising junior at the University of Colorado Boulder studying Applied Mathematics and Biochemistry. He intends to graduate in the spring of 2023. He is currently exploring opportunities for graduate study in the US, as well as determining what he would want to study and pursue when he attends graduate school. He is exploring his career options and is particularly interested in consulting work. In his free time Alden enjoys spending time in the outdoors with friends and family.
Nicholas P. Vasquez is a first-generation college student who is graduating in 2021 from California State University Monterey Bay with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Statistics. He plans to continue employment as a data science intern and enter graduate school for Statistics. His career goal is to work in the healthcare field, in any position that allows him to use data analysis methods, data science methods, and biostatistics methods. Nicholas hopes to make a positive impact on the lives of medical patients through his career.
Kelly Yip is a Biochemistry Major at Stony Brook University graduating in May 2021. After graduation, she is seeking to study and examine computational biology and its various implications on different populations of people and health outcomes. Kelly wants to further pursue graduate studies in medicine and desires to become a physician that deeply values, listens, and cares about people and underrepresented communities.