ASHTON BODY | How Nanoparticle-Sized Questions Can Make a Big Difference
Ashton Body is a rising junior studying Social Anthropology and Global Health and Health Policy at Harvard College. She is passionate about the intersection between the molecular and social levels of health and disease, striving to connect social determinants to their long-term biological effects. She has conducted biomedical research at the Mayo Clinic for the past five years developing novel drug delivery systems to treat cancer. She hopes to become a physician passionate about increasing health equity and providing better, personal patient care guided by medical innovation.