Lusangelis Ramos (SY '25) is a Neuroscience major from Brooklyn, New York who was born around the beautiful, green Andes mountains of Valencia, Venezuela. As a first-generation, low-income, queer, disabled, immigrant Latina woman, she is very proud of the communities she belongs to. At Yale, she is a Questbridge Scholar, a Latin American & Iberian Studies Undergraduate Fellow, and a member of Delta Alpha Pi (an international honor society for students with disabilities). Lusangelis is also part of the Club Venezuela and Y-NEURO leadership boards and is a student investigator at the Yale Clinical Neuroscience Neuroanalytics lab. She loves learning languages (she’s been learning Mandarin for 6 years), coding, engaging in the arts and humanities, and pursuing multidisciplinary ways to solve all types of problems. She is very passionate about migrant, mental, and reproductive health as well as public health policy, and health disparities among marginalized communities. Lusangelis hopes to work internationally and collaborate with others to make healthcare more accessible.