Jasmine Yu is a Policy Fellow at ClearPath. As part of ClearPath’s focus on carbon removal, she will be working on special projects regarding natural climate solutions, agriculture and forestry.
She is currently completing her PhD in Biochemistry from Texas A&M University, where she researches genetic and molecular processes of development, in the promising biofuel crop sorghum.
B.A. in Molecular Cell Biology and Minor in Nutritional Science from UC Berkeley.
Agriculture, Bioenergy, Renewable Energy