Mary-Grace Reeves is a second year medical student at Stanford University School of Medicine where she is pursuing a dual scholarly concentration in Informatics and Health Policy. She graduated from Harvard College in 2016 where she majored in Chemistry and earned a citation in Spanish language. Her research in collaboration with Dr. Suzann Pershing and Stanford's Byers Eye Institute applies bioinformatics to explore changing practice patterns and success rates in ocular surgery. She is passionate about education structure and development, volunteering as student point on a subcommittee for medical school curriculum redesign, serving in multiple leadership roles for Stanford MD admissions, and voting as a member of the inaugural Harvard College Honor Council. Mary-Grace has studied classical ballet for 18 years, dancing under Boston Ballet Company instructors during her years at Harvard and serving on the student planning committee for Stanford's 2017 Medicine and the Muse Program.