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We are a close-knit, dedicated group of life sciences students who want to be involved in our school in a meaningful way.
Not only do we have a lot of fun, we are involved in a wide variety of outreach opportunities where we get to network and meet other students, faculty members and staff.
We want to meet you and encourage you to join us. Become a SOLS Ambassador today!
Students involved in the School of Life Sciences Ambassadors program work to connect students to faculty members, and help create strong academic and social relationships through ongoing activities. Our Ambassadors encourage involvement within our the school, communication between SOLS students and world-class faculty, and career development as future professionals. We accept and value diversity, innovation, and commitment to excellence as part of ASU's priority to make higher education universally accessible.
Major: Biomedical Sciences
Harsh Patel is a junior majoring in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Community Health. He has been a part of SOLS Ambassadors for two years and currently serves as the co-director.
Harsh is a DNASU undergraduate lab volunteer in the Center for Personalized Diagnostics at the Biodesign Institute. He is also an LIA 101 Learning Assistant for incoming freshmen in the School of Life Sciences. In addition, Harsh is an emergency department intern at HonorHealth.
Harsh plans to attend medical school after his graduation with hopes to become an oncologist.
Major: Biomedical Sciences
Shambhavi Mishra is a junior majoring in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Economics. She has been part of SOLS Ambassadors for two years, and this is her first year being a co-director.
Currently, she is a LIA 101 Learning Assistant for incoming freshmen and is also an active member of the club Page Turners. She works in a cardiology research lab and volunteers her time in the children’s emergency department of her local hospital.
After graduation, Shambhavi plans to attend medical school and pursue a career in pediatrics. Shambhavi looks forward to year full of fun and engaging events with SOLS Ambassadors.
Major: Biochemistry, Public Service and Public Policy
Nikhil Dholaria is an interdisciplinary premedical junior studying Biochemistry and Public Service and Public Policy. He has been with SOLS Ambassadors for two years and currently serves as the Events Coordinator.
From working in Tanzania to creating his own nonprofit organization, Nikhil finds joy in serving people. Currently, he is working on his thesis project to develop a documentary on the response of the ASU Biodesign Clinical Testing Laboratory to the COVID pandemic. Additionally, he is working on his second nonprofit to help underserved students prepare for and attend college.
Aside from his academic passions, Nikhil enjoys exercising and promoting healthy living, while reading philosophy. Following graduation, Nikhil looks forward to attending medical school.
Major: Biomedical Sciences, Philosophy minor
Major: Medical Microbiology, Math minor
Asfia Numani is a 4th year student majoring in Medical Microbiology and minoring in mathematics. She has been involved in SOLS Ambassadors since her freshman year. She hopes to apply her knowledge of numbers to the SOLS Ambassadors’ budget this year as their treasurer.
Asfia works as a lab assistant and has been a part of the Page Turners club at ASU for the last year. She is also involved in research at the 4D CAVA Lab at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
In her free time, Asfia likes to undertake small knitting projects. She hopes to attend medical school in the future and possibly specialize in pathology.
Major: Genetics, Cell, and Developmental Biology, Economics minor
Tayler Gibbons is a junior majoring in Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology and minoring in Economics. She has been a member of SOLS Ambassadors since the beginning of her sophomore year and is currently serving as the Social Media Coordinator.
Tayler works as an Emergency Medical Technician at ASU. Additionally, she is a member of the Omega Phi Alpha National Service Sorority where she serves as the Academics Chair.
After graduation, Tayler hopes to attend school to become a Physician Assistant.
Our student ambassadors support a wide variety of engaging events. Check out some of our activities and see where you'd like to get involved.
To become a SOLS Ambassador, you'll need to do a few things:
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