Himani Pattisam (BF’25) is a Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health double major from Dublin, OH. She hopes to pursue a career in the intersection of medicine, law, and public health, with a focus on achieving healthcare equity for underserved communities. She is interested in studying the impact of colonialism on global health, specifically in the context of mosquito-borne diseases like malaria in South Asia. At Yale, Himani assists with research on the mosquito taste system in the Carlson lab and volunteers as a Director of the Medical Debt and Insurance Counseling Department of the HAVEN Free Clinic. In her free time, Himani enjoys watching movies and spending time with her family.