Probe Magazine is dedicated to exploring and promoting the intersections of biology with art and technology. As Stanford Students in Biodesign, we write on topics such as breakthroughs, trends, current events, and debates in biosciences and medical technology, and we feature pioneers in these evolving fields.
Meet the Team
Stanford Students in Biodesign Probe Team 2018-19
Ariana is a senior majoring in biomechanical engineering. She is fascinated by neuro-engineering and the clinical applications of virtual reality and augmented reality, and hopes to one day contribute to the creation of impactful and innovative medical technology. She enjoys playing tennis, teaching children about algae, drawing cartoons, and reading science fiction novels.
Kate is a sophomore studying biology and computer science with the hope of eventually applying computational neuroscience techniques to better understand and treat memory disorders. She is interested in the ethics of healthcare, the neurocircuitry of addiction, and marine biology (especially jellyfish). When not visiting aquariums, she can be found dogspotting on campus and learning to bike without hands.
Jocelyn is a sophomore majoring in Symbolic Systems with a minor in Philosophy. She is interested in Human-Computer Interaction and Product Development, and enjoys writing about how technology can be used to aid developments in bioscience. Jocelyn also plays clarinet and is a member of the Stanford Women in Rugby team.
Eric is a sophomore majoring in biology, with a concentration in molecular/developmental biology. When he isn’t wasting all of his time browsing cat pictures on reddit, he spends his time cooking, reading, and pestering his friends about anime.
Shawn is a freshman planning to major in bioengineering or BMC. He is passionate about neuroscience. He loves reading science history - the past never failed to shed light on the future. In his free time, he likes playing piano, listening to music, swimming and fencing. His favorite writer is Saint-Exupéry.
Egor is a freshman planning on majoring in Biology and Mathematics. He is interested in zoology, evolution, ecology, and applying quantitative methods to these fields. Aside from writing for Probe, Egor also works in Rosenberg lab.
Ashley is a sophomore majoring in Bioengineering and minoring in Art Practice. She has an interest in medicine and drug development, and enjoys drawing and painting in her free time. She is passionate about sharing her love of science with others.
Fan is a junior passionate about computational and mathematical biology, RNA biology, and infectious diseases. She is also interested in disease prevention for disadvantaged populations. Besides science, she loves journalism, art, and philosophy, and she hopes to explore the intersection with Probe Magazine.
Tyler is a senior studying Bioengineering. He is interested in the interplay between biotechnology, computer science and healthcare needs, and hopes to develop novel tools to improve medical treatments. He enjoys reading, board games, cooking and art.
Kendrick is a sophomore studying computer science with minors in music and biology. He likes to study how the brain works through thinking philosophically and modeling it through computers. He is also eager to contribute to healthcare innovation and the proliferation of quality healthcare.
Rachana is a freshman planning to major in bioengineering. She’s extremely passionate about the development of biochemical tools that allow us to better understand biological systems and to treat disease. In her free time she enjoys, singing (especially with Stanford Raagapella!), nature walks, canoeing, reading, and analyzing literature and philosophical texts.
Hannah is a freshman planning on designing her own major in biomechanical design and engineering, and is most interested in neuroscience, biomedical devices, and product realization. Outside of academics, Hannah is passionate about music, dance, and theatre, and can’t wait to connect her interests in the sciences and the arts through Probe!
Josh is passionate about bioengineering, computer science, and impact. He believes that with the knowledge we have, we should look at the problems we face and ask, "If not now, when?" He enjoys thinking, running, showering, and chess.
ContributORs & probe Alumni:
Jacob Cole Holderman