Bright Zhou is a clinical student at Stanford Medical School, where he is applying his archaeological theory background to reimagine the process of diagnosing patients. He is also involved with medical student wellness and implicit bias/cultural humility redesigning projects. He plans to specialize in primary care, then work for a Federally-Qualified Health Center where he can help support vulnerable patient populations. He credits his background in bioarchaeology and archaeological theory for forming much of his community-based participatory research skills. In his spare time, Bright enjoys hiking and drinking boba.