Vaishvik Vidavalapati is a sophomore in the Academy of Health and Medical Sciences at Somerset County Vocational and Technical High School. At his school, he has been the President of the Connect4Cancer club for a year and has been promoted from Freshman Event Coordinator to Vice President of the UNICEF club. He is also an Event Leadership Team Member for Relay For Life of Old Bridge and a Team Captain for Relay For Life of Bridgewater. During his time in Georgetown University’s Medical Research: Clinical Trials Resulting in Medical Discoveries pre-college program, he conducted comparative research on the effects of manual lymphatic drainage and photobiomodulation therapy as treatments for breast cancer-related lymphedema. He won a silver medal in the 2022 SkillsUSA State Competition in Related Technical Math and won third place in a Fembot Robotics hackathon where he proposed a treatment for the COVID-19 virus. In his free time, his hobbies include investing in stocks, vocal music, and Bollywood dance. Due to his experiences in cancer-related fundraising and interest in biology and clinical research, he is particularly interested in oncology. Therefore, in the future, he hopes to help those affected by cancer in the fields of medicine and research.