Sujay Ratna is an Honors student at Rutgers University where he will earn a B.S. in Biology, with minors in sociology and chemistry. As an active Civic Scholar for the Office of Civic Engagement, Sujay volunteers over 300 hours annually with Cooper University Hospital as a Health Outreach Associate. Additionally, at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, he is actively engaged in research to detect glioblastoma mutations using digital PCR which serves as the basis for his Honors Thesis. On campus, Sujay is the Co-Founder and President of Rutgers SAATH (South Asian Appreciation for Tradition & Heritage), a cultural club, and is a peer tutor. As part of the American Medical Student Association, Sujay is part of the national Steering Committee for Medical Students for Gun Safety and serves as the Premedical Trustee. In the future, Sujay intends to work at the intersection of medicine, research, and public health policy as a physician at an academic medical center. In his free time, Sujay enjoys playing chess, baseball, solving sudokus, watching Jeopardy!, and following Kansas City sports teams.