Noah Smith will graduate in May 2021 and is studying Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience. He is passionate about social justice and in particular, working against healthcare disparities and making world-class healthcare available to everyone. He channels this passion for social equity through the intersection of medicine and politics. Noah has served as an intern on two congressional campaigns and as a data analyst for Jamie McLeod-Skinner’s 2018 campaign for Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District. He also serves as an undergraduate assistant for Dr. Youna Vandaele, aiding in her research of associative learning and Pavlovian conditioning during habit formation. Noah hopes to one day be a Senior Medical Officer for the US State Department, providing medical care to American diplomats abroad and refugees fleeing oppressive regimes.