Fatuma Rinderknecht

Human Evolutionary Biology
Harvard University, 2017

Fatuma-Ayaan Rinderknecht is a senior at Harvard University majoring in Human Evolutionary Biology with a secondary in Global Health and Health policy. She has had a number of research experiences in the nutrition, neurobiology, and genetics fields. She currently works as a research assistant in the Sacks Lab at the Harvard School of Public Health studying the effects of HDL on human health. Fatuma is extremely passionate about public health, and after graduation hopes to attend medical school and eventually work in public health research and policy.



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