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Juhi Amin is a senior at the Academy of Allied Health and Science. She has participated in research involving chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells for cancer treatment, specifically to better understand how to stimulate and expand these cells to improve CAR-T cell manufacturing. She is primarily interested in biology. In addition, she serves on the executive council of the Science Club and Academic Team at her school. Outside of school, she has co-led a fundraising campaign for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise money for blood cancer research. She is currently the chief editor of Curious Science Writers and has published an article of her own about how Demodex mites can trigger rosacea by stimulating the immune system.
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