Lucinda Hall's Profile

  • Member for:
    5 years 1 month
  • Institution:
    Michigan Technological University


Hi, my name is Lucinda, and I am a senior biochemistry and molecular biology student. Living in a small town in Michigan has caused me to expand my horizons in every way that I can find, and growing up in Girl Scouts helped me travel the world, appreciate volunteering, and empowered me to pursue a STEM career. It seemed like the Global Leadership pathway of Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Honors College was a perfect fit for me. I currently work in a developmental biology research lab using fruit flies to study cancer pathways, and upon graduation, I will go for my Ph.D. studying treatments for cancer using our body’s own immune system. I also work as a resident assistant providing guidance and support to students living in Michigan Tech’s residence halls. In my free time, I enjoy skiing and playing in the Huskies Pep Band at Michigan Tech.

Lucinda's research projects

STEM and Health in Communities across Ghana through the Pavlis Honors College

The projects the team will be pursuing heavily this summer will focus on STEM Education, Women's Health, and collaborating with a community center on their needs. Outside of these projects, the team also hopes to scout out new opportunities for future cohorts and establish connections with student organizations at the University of Energy and Natural Resources in Sunyani.

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