Current Place of Residence: Saugus, Massachusetts
University: Harvard University
Current/Recent Course: BA Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
Tania N. Fabo, Saugus, is a senior at Harvard College where she concentrates in Human Development and Regenerative Biology. Born in Germany of Cameroonian parents, an immigrant to the U.S., she has done cancer research throughout her college career, including at Harvard, the University of Michigan, and in a biotech company. Tania created and co-directed the first annual Black Health Matters Conference at Harvard, is president of the Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers, and is active with Kuumba and A Capella singing groups. She believes race “is the emperor of all maladies, disadvantaging groups and limiting their ability to achieve their full health potential.” Tania will do the M.Sc. by research in Oncology at Oxford.