Tejaswi (Teja) Koduru is a sophomore at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. He has experience in using AI to diagnose diseases in their early stages. His research paper, titled “Using Deep Learning in Lyme Disease Diagnosis”, was recently accepted to an international research conference. He is also the director of Avs Academy Center for Excellence, where he helps students with projects relating to machine learning. In his free time, he likes to volunteer and has received the Presidential Service Award several times for his efforts. He looks forward to exploring the possible uses of AI in healthcare.