Ro Huang, BA '24
Ro is an avid researcher, reader, and runner. They’re passionate about leveraging data science and econometric tools in their research to shape evidence-based policymaking. Their interests are informed by their research with the Brookings Institution, the Mayo Clinic, and the Duke-Margolis Center, where they’ve worked on topics spanning vaccine financing to family caregiving to emerging technologies. In the classroom, they’re a math and policy nerd, majoring in statistics with minors in mathematics and economics at Duke University’s Trinity School. Outside of the lab and the classroom, they’re a mental health advocate and have volunteered with Threshold Clubhouse, lead NAMI@Duke, and worked with the NC Psychiatric Access Line. In the future, Ro aspires to work at the intersection of academia and government to promote legislation grounded in data-driven approaches.
Margolis Internship Program - Work & Deliverables
Summer 2022 Program Deliverable
Summer 2021 Deliverable Presentation