I am a fourth-year undergraduate student majored in Applied Mathematics at The Ohio State University. My current passion for Applied Mathematics includes but not limited to mathematical biology, dynamical systems, and differential equations. My recent research studies mathematical aspects of homeostasis, a well-known biological phenomenon. I received an undergraduate research scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year for independent research titled “A Classification of Homeostasis Types in Four-node Input-output Networks”, supervised by Prof. Martin Golubitsky. I was also a student volunteer at Dr. Fedorov’s Lab.