As an Impact intern, Nour assists in various projects within Impact and Medical Device Product Development Teams. She is working on early stage impact projects (NPD), as well as later stage impact projects (tele-mentoring, CPAP). She conducts research in global health topics and summarizes best practices, tools, and regulatory restrictions around remote data collection. Born in San Francisco and raised in Algeria, Nour moved back to the U.S. in 2015 and is currently a rising senior at Stanford University. She is majoring in Human Biology, with a focus in Biomedical Science and Technology and potentially minoring in Anthropology. She plans to pursue a career in medicine and expand her engagement in the medical innovation field. She hopes to play a role in leveraging technology to improve access to quality healthcare for marginalized communities on a global scale.