Ryan Bose-Roy

Ryan Bose-Roy

No description of Ryan Bose-Roy would be complete without the words "neuroscience," "books," and "food." As a self-declared ambivert, Ryan has had no trouble fitting into the cacophonous (and crowded) city of New York, yet he still treasures the quiet solitude of his room, where he can concern himself with his newfound worries of being a high-school junior. He hopes to offset these concerns by reading more about the human brain, writing more about the human brain, and understanding more about the human brain. He also likes to eat.


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The Blood-Brain Barrier and How to Cross It

The Blood-Brain Barrier and How to Cross It


Introduction     A series of thick, tight membranes separating blood vessels from the brain is responsible for singlehandedly ensuring the safety of the body’s most vital organ. This so-called blood-brain barrier (BBB) is critically important in the study of disease and treatment. Our susceptibility to a vast variety of...