Kelly is a DPT student who studies at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She received her B.S. degree in Molecular & Cellular Biology with a double major in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University. During college, she conducted clinical research on the multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children and adults correlated with COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins Pediatric Emergency Department and also did benchwork research on chromatin remodeling using single-molecular imaging. Since college, Kelly has been heavily involved with community engagement through her internship with the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative, volunteer works at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health Education and Training Corps, and engagements in student organizations such as Women's Pre-Health Leadership Society and Hopkins Asian Medicine Student Club. She has interests in neurologic and pelvic floor rehabilitation, aspires to provide physical therapy care to underserved populations, and works to minimize health disparity.
Outside of academics, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and doing song covers. Talk to Kelly about physical therapy program applications and life as an international student in the U.S.!