Shreya Nuli (GH ’24) is a Neuroscience major also pursuing a certificate in Statistics & Data Science, from Bridgewater, New Jersey. She is interested in creating efficient healthcare solutions at the intersections of medicine and technology. After personally witnessing how limited access to healthcare in under-resourced communities can be debilitating, Shreya helped pioneer an accessible and inexpensive diagnostic app to detect early signs of neurodegeneration through bioanalytics and AI. On the research side, she has conducted bioinformatic research at Rutgers University, and is most recently studying atypical Alzheimer's at the Yale School of Medicine. These scientific curiosities have converged in global health, especially with her work with the National Marrow Donor Program, where she’s advocated to destigmatize procedures and increase Bone Marrow registries for racial minorities. At Yale, Shreya volunteers at HAVEN Free Clinic and YNHH. She serves on the executive boards of South Asian Society, Alzbuddies, and DEMOS. Shreya also loves being a writer and Editor-In-Chief of the Yale Journal of Medicine and Law. In her free time you can find her binging reality TV, going on long walks, or trying new vegetarian recipes!