Premedical Clinical Research Assistant: Davivd Lumelsky
B.S. Molecular and Cellular Biology (’17)
Johns Hopkins University

David Lumelsky is a recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Molecular and Cellular Biology and a minor in Global Environmental Change and Sustainability. David’s interest in mHealth and the interface between medicine and technology has been around since he read Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days in elementary school. As a future physician, David is passionate about exploring how technology can be used to better patient safety and quality of care. Apart from his work with Corrie, David works as a critical care transport EMT with Johns Hopkins Lifeline and performs basic science research studying the role of sympathetic innervation and adrenergic signaling in pancreatic development and function as it relates to diabetes.