Courtney Astore is an aspiring student leader, mentor, entrepreneur, and inventor. She is enrolled in undergraduate degree programs at the University of Central Florida for Biotechnology and Biomedical Science. She is also the co-founder of Enasci-x, a STEM technology start-up company currently working on their first venture Genes4Vaccines, with a mission to improve the early stages of vaccine development through computational predictions. She has been involved in science research for a decade and has been recognized at the regional, state and international level for her innovative research projects. Courtney has interned at prestigious research institutions such as Roskamp Institute & Sanford Burnham. She is passionate about developing novel technology, tools and solutions to aid in the global health challenges of tomorrow. Not only is she passionate about STEM and promotion of such education, but is also a tireless spokesperson and advocate for those with neurological and learning disabilities. She currently resides in Orlando, Florida as she continues to expand her working network around the world with fellow professionals and educators that share her vision-- one person can truly make a profound difference and positive impact on the world.
James Hickman, Ph.D.; Ivan Garibay, Ph.D.; Aaron Smith, Ph.D.
Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences
M.S. in Bioinformatics or Computer Science & Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering
Medicine and Health Sciences
Astore, Courtney, "Courtney Astore" (2018). RAMP Scholars. 71.