Alice Kuan

Alice is a freshman pursuing a Public Health and Economics double major and a Psychology minor. As a marketer for HMR, she serves as the liaison between HMR and other student organizations and helps plan fundraisers. She is also a reporter on the HMR Global Health Team. At Hopkins, Alice serves on the Executive Committee of Public Health Student Forum, hosts a semesterly health fair in the Baltimore East Oliver Neighborhood, and tutors children from Baltimore City public schools. She is also an avid cellist and plays with the Hopkins Symphony, as well as small ensembles at the Peabody Institute. Outside of campus, she does research for a maternal and child health initiative that focuses on chronic diseases and gaps in treatment. Recognizing that funding is vital to public health, Alice hopes to shape her career as a health economist to help health institutions make well-informed financial decisions.

Fighting with Limits: A New Horizon

Unfortunately, setting your priorities isn’t always easy – especially when thousands of lives depend on your decisions.  In the world of diseases, deciding which illness to address first can prove crucial to a country’s future.  However, agreeing on the actual...

/ June 25, 2017

So Close, and Not So Far Away

Smallpox is captivating. It assumed the role as one of humanity’s greatest enemies, bringing death and famine wherever it reared its ugly head.  When it was prominent, three out of ten people who contracted it died.  Sitting on beds of...

/ April 21, 2017


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/ January 21, 2017