Anabel Moore (BR ‘25) is a pre-med student and prospective double-major in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and the History of Art, with plans to pursue a career in cardiothoracic surgery. She is half-Jamaican, and grew passionate about global health following exposure to underserved populations in Jamaica. Anabel has represented Jamaica at the international level in soccer, and is eager to apply her interests in global health to help Jamaica and other similarly underserved communities in the Caribbean. She has studied French public health at the Université Côte D’Azur in Nice, France, where she also worked in the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire–Pasteur thoracic surgery department. Anabel is passionate about interdisciplinary, patient-focused research, and works in the Mongiu lab at the Yale School of Medicine, contributing to research designed to improve patient outcomes for those with postoperative LARS (lower anterior resection syndrome). Her interest in art history lies in the post-Enlightenment development of modern epistemologies and visual narratives of anatomy, optics, and American and European sculpture. She writes for the Yale Daily News WKND section, is a publication lead for STEM and Health Equity Advocates at Yale (SHEA), and reads for the Yale Historical Review. When she is not reading or researching, she can be found running around New Haven with Yale Club Running, or possibly shopping for books, usually while consuming copious quantities of caffeine.