Mounisha Kovour (BA, '22, honors biology and psychology) is a junior studying biology and psychology who is on the pre-medicine track. She is passionate about medicine and hope to become a neurologist or neurosurgeon. Her passion for medicine and specifically neuroscience came from growing up with a grandfather with Parkinson's disease. This experience truly changed her life and led to an interest in reading scientific articles. She started conducting research in the field of neurobiology her sophomore year of high school. She is currently part of a cancer research lab at Illinois. She also serves as a medical scribe and has been enjoying learning through experience. She hopes to one day fulfil her goals in medicine and teach neuroscience at a university. She serves as the LAS Leaders president, is a member of the Illini Medical Screening society, and is a volunteer at a local immigration law firm. Through LAS Leaders, she has been able to meet and connect with many peers, alumni, faculty, and staff at the University.