Yannah is passionate about people and developing solutions to improve human health. She is a member of the Octant Compute team and uses cheminformatics to support Octant technologies. Yannah received her BSE in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan (GO BLUE). As an undergraduate, she was a member of the Glotzer Group at the University of Michigan and the Keiser Lab at UCSF, as well as held an internship position at Sutro Biopharma. In the Glotzer Group, Yannah studied nucleation pathways of the self-assembly process of crystal structures. In the Keiser Lab, she worked on projects to identify melanoma by classifying histopathology images and investigated ligand-based drug discovery. Yannah needs a lot of sun and loves to experience different cultures and share her own.