Junior Program Associate
Noah Hunthausen graduated summa cum laude from Washington State University with his bachelor’s degree in zoology. His two years of undergraduate research focused on glucose regulation in the brain, specifically the role of hindbrain catecholamine neurons under glucoprivic conditions. Noah has shown sustained interest in global health. He traveled to Guatemala for a medical mission trip during his junior year of college and also spent the summer of 2016 working alongside doctors in a pediatric hospital in La Plata, Argentina.