Tendon Editorial Team

Zachary Stanik

Zachary Stanik

by Jon Ortiz • March 9, 2021

Zach Stanik is a senior at Yale University studying computer science with a focus on the graphic design curriculum at the Yale Art School. Through his academic and professional work, he has gained significant experience in both digital and print design, particularly book and poster design. Zach fell in love with graphic design because he […]


Grace Chen

Grace Chen

by Jon Ortiz • March 9, 2021

Grace is a senior at Yale University studying Biology and History of Science & Medicine. She is passionate about using research and writing to improve and advocate for health access and equity. In college, she has interned at Gilead Sciences and New America, studied parasitic hookworm infection at the Yale School of Medicine, chaired the […]


Kathleen Li

Kathleen Li

by Jon Ortiz • March 9, 2021

Katie Li is a junior at Johns Hopkins University studying Public Health and Biology. She has a long-standing interest in health communications and incorporating art with medicine, ranging from health editorials to hospice care. She is particularly fascinated by communications of genetics and preventative care. Katie is currently conducting research on genetic counseling and e-cigarette […]


Alise Leiboff

Alise Leiboff

by Jon Ortiz • March 9, 2021

Alise Leiboff is a senior undergraduate student majoring in Medicine, Science, and the Humanities and minoring in French and Art at Johns Hopkins University. As a pre-health and humanities student, assistant clinical researcher, assistant medical archivist, and editor for Tendon, she seeks to tread the common ground between the health sciences, literature, and the visual […]


Iro Filippaki

Iro Filippaki

by Jon Ortiz • March 9, 2021

Iro is a literary theorist and critic researching aspects of trauma, narrative, and history. She is interested in and writes on the intersection of science and the humanities. Her current book project is titled The Poetics of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Postmodern Literature (Palgrave, 2020). Academia


SARAH ROTH

Sarah Roth

by pendari • September 10, 2018

Sarah Roth is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at Johns Hopkins University. Spanning the United States and Mexico, her ethnographic research follows the experiences of individuals, families, and providers affected by the intersection of cancer care and genetic medicine. She is interested in the ways in which risk, disease, and involvement in clinical […]