Amy Chang

Amy Chang (TC '16) is a Biomedical Engineering major, with a particular interest in the efficient and equitable global distribution of healthcare. The summer of 2013, she worked with the Roosevelt Institute and Operation Hope in New York City, in devising a policy proposal on the issue of the disconnected NYC youth and building financial literacy education.  She also represented social justice nonprofit the Andrew Goodman Foundation. Studying abroad in Morocco the spring semester of 2014, she planned an independent study project on how migration--both internal and trans-border--affects access to health. On campus, she works conducting behavioral research in a neurobiology lab of the Yale Medical School. She is also an editor on the founding board of the Yale Global Health Review, in addition to working on its production and design team. She is associate editor of the Yale Politic and Hemispheres program teacher with the Yale International Relations Association.

Trumbull
Class:
2016
Major:
Biomedical Engineering