Linda Ho Makes the Most of the Interdisciplinary Nature of Public Policy

Published: Wednesday March 18, 2020

In the course of her undergraduate studies as molecular cell and developmental biology major at UCLA, Linda Ho made an interesting discovery. She loved doing science, sure, but what she really loved was talking to people about science.

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