Mr. Justin Dong is now a top student of the 12th grade at Whitney High School, No. 1 High School in California ranked by US News. He has already received many prizes and awards, including High Honors (Top 50 in US) of 2018 Olympiad Chemistry National Competition, Distinguished Honors in the American Mathematics Olympiad, first place winner of Mathcounts Competition, award winner at National Science Bowl, National AP Scholar, and National Merit Scholarship Finalist. With strong interest in mathematics and biology, he was one of the key programmers in UCSD Medical School AI Team while doing his research internship during summer of 2017, and a coauthor of the team’s research paper which was published in the Feb 22, 2018 issue of Cell. In 2015, he began to enter research by shadowing under a professor at UCLA Medical School, learning about cancer and genetics. Mr. Dong founded the Young Math Enthusiasts Club to promote mathematical problem solving in his community, and received the North American Youth Community Leadership Award for his service. He is fascinated by the beauty of scientific problem solving, and enjoys experimenting in the chemistry lab. In his free time, he plays tennis and chess, together with many other hobbies.