I am a rising fourth-year graduate student. I’m also on the WIDG seminar organizing team, so if you have interesting results or progress to share with the Wright Lab community, please let me know.
I was working at the Chinese Association here at Yale. We gathered donations from our students and scholars, with which we purchased a fair amount of personal protective equipment (PPE) for hospitals in Wuhan when the virus first burst there. A portion of the PPEs successfully arrived in Wuhan, and we rerouted the rest of them to nearby hospitals when the outbreak started in America, including Yale New Haven Hospital.
What is something that people might not know about you that you’d like to share with the community?
I’ve made myself a fair cook over the past few years in New Haven— from hardly knowing how to cook at all!
Where do you like to work remotely?
Mostly my working station in my bedroom (see Fig. 2, below), but when I’m reading literature, I can also end up lying on the bed more than I care to admit, holding my laptop in a weird position.