Emma Jaeger

Emma Jaeger is a pre-medical student at Stanford, majoring in Biology with a concentration in Neuroscience and with a minor in Psychology. A Bay Area native, Emma was honored as Valedictorian of her graduating class at Woodside Priory High School. At Stanford, Emma recently joined the Dr. Gordon Lee Neuroscience Lab, researching surgical treatments for glioblastomas. When not in the lab, she can be found volunteering at Stanford Hospital or planning Stanford Premedical Association service events. She is also passionate about philosophy and was invited to apply to write an Honors thesis under the Stanford Center for Ethics and Society. She is also a certified EMT and plans to work as one on campus in the future. Emma spent her spring and summer interning for the childhood psychology startup BabyNoggin, researching the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences on early education under Dr. Jin Lee. She is currently teaching biology to middle and high school students with the e-learning startup Curious Cardinals.

Stanford University


Biology, Neuroscience

Minor: Psychology