Lilya Eid is a first-year biology major at Stevens Institute of Technology. She has conducted research with Georgetown University on hematopoietic stem cell transplants as a treatment for acute lymphocytic leukemia. She participated in a course with Columbia University called “Medicine as a Career Choice: Thinking Like a Doctor”. She is a Patient Care volunteer at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She is also involved with Hackensack University Medical Center’s Research Associate Program in their Tobacco Cessation Study, North Hudson Community Action Corporation Health Fair volunteer, and is signed up to start with their Emergency Medicine Shadowing and Cancer Education and Early Detection Programs. She has participated as a dedicated member of the National Honor Society, Student Ambassadors Team, and is a President of a Peer Outreach Service Team. In the future, Lilya hopes to become a doctor while learning more about the world of STEM.