Savannah Mohacsi (b.1998, CA) is interested in how art can foster empathetic interactions with others and be used as a platform for people to share their narratives about health and illness. Savannah is premed and has earned her degree in Human Biology and a minor in Art Practice from Stanford University ('20). Additionally, she graduated with Honors in the Arts and was awarded the Robert M. Golden Medal for Excellence in Humanities and Creative Arts from Stanford. Savannah is taking multiple gap years before medical school and is exploring health and wellness in other fields. Savannah has used her premed skillset to lead health and safety protocols as a Covid Compliance Supervisor on TV sets in Los Angeles. Additionally, she is a licensed Emergency Medical Technician and has experience working on the ambulance and in the emergency room, caring for medical, trauma, and psychiatric patients. Currently, Savannah is collaborating with USC’s Institute for Arts in Medicine, where she is developing a body painting program for cancer patients. Her goal is to use art as a therapeutic modality to mitigate fear and anxiety for patients as they navigate the healing process. Savannah Mohacsi strives to push the envelope on how the arts can be integrated into healthcare.