Noelle Pappous ‘25

Noelle concentrates in Animal Physiology with plans to attend medical school after graduation. On campus, Noelle is involved in Rose Scholars, a member of Rho Psi, and works on iGem (a synthetic biology project team). She is also a member of the Thaler lab researching the influence of plant defenses on a community of organisms. During her free time, she likes to watch movies/tv shows, bake, and go on walks. Her favorite course at Cornell has been BIOAP 3160 (Cellular Physiology) because of the connections it made between cellular deficiencies and diseases.This summer, Noelle is conducting research with the Thaler lab, working on an iGem project, and volunteering at the Cayuga hospital.
 

Noelle's words of advice to incoming students:

"Try to find a balance between working and having fun. Remember to enjoy yourself and don't stress to much!"

College: Arts and Sciences

Tutoring: BIOG 1440, BIOMG 1350, CHEM 2070, CHEM 3570/3580

Email: ntp26 [at] cornell.edu