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Clarence Cheng is a student in Yale College in New Haven, Connecticut. He is a senior in Ezra Stiles College and a Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry major.

He is an undergraduate researcher in Professor Lynne Regan's lab, where he has worked on TPR crystallization and protein folding using the model system Rop.

Clarence participates in various extracurricular activities, including playing carillon as a member of the Yale Guild of Carillonneurs and volunteering with Yale Demos, a group that encourages scientific interest in local New Haven elementary school students.