Aravind Krishnan

Aravind Krishnan

I am a 9th grader from Hillsborough, New Jersey with an avid interest in neuroscience. Recently, I commenced research to determine the biochemical basis of autoimmune-related neurological diseases, multiple sclerosis (MS) in particular. I also developed a new method to detect endotoxin utilizing the A. thaliana plant. Aside from neuroscience, research, and doing work for the IYNA, I enjoy playing violin for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, running for my school's track team, partaking in Boy Scouts, and studying up on biology, chemistry and mathematics. All in all, I aspire to become a physician-scientist and obtain my MD-PhD.


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An Interview with Justus Kebschull, Postdoc at Stanford University

An Interview with Justus Kebschull, Postdoc at Stanford University


Abstract Justus Kebschull is a 29 year old Stanford postdoctoral researcher. Born and raised in Germany, he completed his undergraduate education in England and his PhD in New York. Kebschull, during his undergraduate years, was interested in gene regulation and not very interested in neuroscience. While trying to attain his PhD, he discovered t...