Deney Li

General Health Branch - Service Coordinator

Affiliation: Duke University

Deney Li is a junior at Duke University studying biology and psychology. She is interested in pharmaceutics and global access to medical resources, specifically common drugs and vaccines. She hopes to eventually commit to nonprofit work on the international sphere and plans to head to graduate school after Duke. If she is not in class or lab, she is either reading the newest self-help book or mixing up beverages in her kitchen.

Contact:

Email: deneyli36@gmail.com

Megan Rabe

Mental Health Branch - Service Coordinator

Affiliation: Duke University

Megan Rabe (she/her/hers) hails from Clarksville, Maryland and is a rising senior at Duke University.
She studies neuroscience and psychology because she is fascinated by how the brain gives rise to the mind. Her interests range from the neurobiological underpinnings of mental health to the diverse therapeutic options that provide hope after the manifestation of mental illness. As a part of ASSIST, she is excited to work towards more equitable and effective mental health resources for the most vulnerable global communities. Megan is also on the pre-med track, hoping to pursue a career in psychiatry or pediatric neurology. She enjoys reading, playing violin, spending quality time with friends and family, and finding the best local cafe in every new place she travels to.

Contact:

Email: megan.rabe@duke.edu

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Isha Shah

Mental Health Branch - Service Coordinator

Affiliation: Duke University

Isha Shah (she/her/hers), a sophomore at Duke University, is on the pre-medical track and studying global health. Isha is passionate about understanding the intersections between health and culture in order to better understand the impact that facets of culture hold on varying health conditions, including mental health illnesses. In her free time, Isha enjoys reading, Bollywood dancing, and hiking.

Contact:

Email: ios@duke.edu

Phillip Ding

Mental Health Branch - Service Coordinator

Affiliation: Duke University

Phillip Ding is a sophomore at Duke University studying statistics and psychology. He is interested in using data science to create decentralized frameworks for community organizing. For fun, he enjoys reading, running, and finding new music to listen to.

Contact:

Email: phillip.ding@duke.edu