Hannah Olsen

High School Research Scholar

Moved on to:
Harvard Medical School

2012-2015; 2018

Hannah began working in the Tesar lab as a high school student studying ncRNA modulators of OPC differentiation. She received a B.A. in Chemistry from Washington University in St. Louis in 2018. During undergrad, she worked in Andrew Yoo’s lab to develop a patient-derived cellular model of Huntington’s disease. Hannah is currently a medical student at Harvard and her scientific interests include stem cell biology, neurological disease, and cell fate specification. In her free time, she enjoys playing viola and guitar, tennis, volunteering, Thai food, and wine.