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I am a young Research Professional currently working in an Addiction Neuroscience lab at the Friedman Brain Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital in Upper East Side, Manhattan. In my free time, I volunteer for MiNDS, an outreach group of scientists with an initiative to ignite and nurture a passion for the brain throughout the Harlem community. I have a passion for science and math as well as connecting with people in teaching environments to encourage a love for academia.
— Teddy U.
Franklin and Marshall College
B.S. in Neuroscience (Pre-Medical Track)
A branch of biology and medicine, Anatomy is the identification and description of the structure of living things. This ancient discipline, so foundational to the study of life sciences, often trips students up with its heft of complex terms: it can quickly start to feel like information overload!
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