Cassandra Richardson is a fourth-year student majoring in Psychology with a minor in Nutrition. She plans to pursue a Doctoral Degree in Psychology and practice in Clinical Psychology as a Wilderness Therapist. She currently works as an Adventure Trip Leader, Challenge Course Facilitator, and Outdoor Resource Center Supervisor for USF Outdoor Recreation. She formerly served as President of Lotus Flower Project: an organization that provides support to those recovering from eating disorders. Now, she is a Program Assistant for Nature Rx: a new initiative at USF to use nature to improve student wellness.
Rhitik Joshi is a fourth-year student majoring in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Psychology. He intends to complete Medical School and become a Neurosurgeon. He is also interested in conducting more research about the neurological effects of dementia.
Breann LaRocque is a fourth-year student majoring in Chemistry with a minor in Psychology. She plans to pursue a Doctorate in Medicine and practice medicine in underprivileged areas.
Angelina Venetto is a fourth-year student majoring in Psychology. She plans to attend Graduate School and study School Psychology in the hopes of becoming a School Psychologist.
Aziz Rehman is a second-year student majoring in biomedical sciences. He is a part of the 7-year BS/MD Program at USF and hopes to become a Physician.
Mónika Domenech-Acevedo is a fourth-year undergraduate student majoring in Biomedical Sciences and pursuing a minor in Aging Sciences. Her curiosity for understanding how the human body works and the environment’s influences on it inspired Mónika to work towards becoming a primary care doctor in underserved communities. Her research interests are in helping middle-aged individuals in extending their healthy life expectancy and improving their perspective on aging.
Andrew Russell is a first-year student pursuing a concurrent degree program in Philosophy and Chemistry. After graduation, he will apply for MD/PhD programs with the goal of eventually working as a physician-scientist. Andrew hopes that through his career and other efforts, he may make the world at least a slightly better place to live in.
Joseph Obiagwu is a fourth-year student majoring in Biomedical Sciences and minoring in Public Health. He plans to attend medical school following graduation. Joseph’s research interests include the intersection of sleep, health, and stress, as well as health disparities within minority populations.
Jada Hewitt is a third year student majoring in Public Health and pursuing minors in Biology and Spanish. She plans to attend medical school and earn a Master’s degree in Public Health. Her passions and research interests include community health and behavior, underserved communities and health disparities, maternal and child health, and aging and cognitive sciences. In addition to being a STEALTH Lab research assistant, Jada is also a HIV counselor for USF BRIDGE Clinic and a USF Peer Advisor Leader.
Kian Huang is a second-year student majoring in Biomedical Sciences and minoring in Aging Sciences. His research interests are in overall health and well-being, occupational factors, and public health. He is a part of the 7-year BS/MD Program at USF, and he is studying to become a primary care physician in either family or internal medicine.