Jessi Humphreys, B.S.
Jessi Humphreys grew up in San Diego, CA. She completed a degree in Symbolic Systems with a focus on Neuroscience at Stanford University. Her undergraduate research work included cognitive neuroscience research looking at the impact of trained emotions on decision-making and neurobiology research designing an autistic fly model. After graduating she worked at Lyon-Martin Health Services, a community LGBT clinic in San Francisco, as a Patient Care Coordinator doing medical case management. At medical school Jessi is involved in palliative care research as well as LGBT medical education research with the Stanford University LGBT MERG (Medical Education Research Group). Jessi runs the Stanford chapter of MSFC (Medical Students For Choice) and is involved as a Teaching Assistant in ethics and in Stanford's pre-clinical "Practice of Medicine" course. In her free time, Jessi enjoys practicing yoga and salsa dancing.