Leslie Espinoza Campomanes
Leslie Espinoza Campomanes is majoring in Biomedical computation and minoring in Human Rights. Leslie is very passionate about using computational and technological techniques to solve neuroscience inquiries. This led her to work in Luo Lab since her freshman year in projects from understanding prenatal neuronal circuits to identifying when and how neuronal networks develop as a result of hunger and thirst. One of Leslie’s biggest dreams is to make STEM accessible to minority communities. She founded ALEUP, an NGO that seeks to empower Latin American vulnerable communities through education and leadership programs. She has also been working as a Program Development Associate in the CTL IDEAL Pedagogy team at Stanford.