Carmen grew up in Northern California and graduated from Oberlin College in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in biochemistry.

Current Role at Stanford

Ms. Azevedo focuses on the translation of radiotracers for imaging neurordegenerative diseases.

Service, Volunteer and Community Work

  • Science is Elementary volunteer, Science is Elementary (9/1/2016 - Present)

    Teach science lessons to children at underserved schools once a month


    Menlo Park, CA

  • MIPS/Canary Trainee Council member, MIPS/Canary Trainee Council (12/1/2017 - Present)

    Plan and implement trainings and workshops for trainees in MIPS and the Canary research center. Host monthly socials to foster community.


    Stanford, CA

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