Lucy Gong


Lucy Gong is currently a junior at Duke University and in her third year as a member of the curriculum development committee. Originally from the Baltimore, MD area, Lucy is in the Trinity School of Arts and Sciences, double majoring in biology and psychology and minoring in chemistry. Along with InnoWorks, Lucy is President of the Duke chapter of Team HBV, an organization that promotes awareness, education, and research of Hepatitis B at the community, national, and international levels. She is also active in the Duke Red Cross and is chair of the Red Cross for Kids committee, which teaches basic first aid and safety to elementary school children every week at local Durham recreation centers. She currently conducts research on methylation and centromeres in the Sullivan lab at the Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy. In the past, she has worked and conducted research at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the School of Public Health, as well as volunteered at the Duke Hospital. In her free time, Lucy enjoys reading, listening to music, and spending time with her family and friends.

Class of 2009

InnoWorks is a Winner of the 2007 BRICK Awards