Q&A With January’s Featured Editor: Alexandra Lu
Alexandra Lu is an Associate in Goodwin’s Boston office.
BMW: WHERE WOULD WE FIND YOU ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON?
Alex: Saturday afternoon is typically when my husband and I do our grocery shopping. We both very much enjoy cooking, cooking shows, and eating good food, and a few years ago we resolved to try to become the kind of home chefs who can eyeball a tablespoon and know which ingredients go together and why. We are no top chefs, but we now have a solid rotation of favorite weeknight meals, and we try to experiment with new dishes on the weekends.
BMW: WHAT IS SOMETHING ON YOUR BUCKET LIST?
Alex: A year or so ago, my husband and I saw an exhibit on national parks at the Museum of Science in Boston. The exhibit featured around fifty large-scale photos from national parks across the United States, and they were beautiful – some peaceful and sweeping and lush, some stark and other-worldly, all of them new to me. I found them fascinating and immediately wanted to see some of these places in person. So, I have put this on our bucket list: go see enough national parks so that we can create our own exhibit on our walls.
BMW: WHAT MOTIVATES YOU TO WORK IN THE LIFE SCIENCES / BIOSIMILARS FIELD?
Alex: It’s exciting! The science keeps advancing, opening new doors and presenting new issues. I find it exciting to work on novel questions in such a dynamic environment, knowing that how an issue gets worked out in one case can have a real impact on the field.
To learn more about Alexandra Lu, click here to view her full biography.