Chloe is a first-year medical student at the Duke University School of Medicine. She was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii before moving to Boston to major in Behavioral Neuroscience at Northeastern University. In undergrad, she received the Alex SkavenskiAward for the top three neuroscience graduates, acknowledging her research at the Massachusetts General Hospital, multiple publications on Alzheimer's disease pathology, and coursework. She also received the Husky Innovation Award for co-founding Studentsto Seniors, a community service organization that brings social interaction to isolated elderly communities in the Greater Boston Area. In her gap year, she worked in the Memory Disorders Unit at MGH to continue neurodegeneration research and gain more experienceworking with dementia patients.
Chloe has provided private mentorship to multiple students who are now medical school students and matriculants. She especially enjoys helping applicants craft strong personal statements, organizing mock interviews or MMIs, and editing the notoriously long Duke secondary. She is excited to meet more aspiring medical students and help them succeed