I'm currently employed as a specimen accessioner/laboratory assistant at a diagnostic laboratory while earning a B.S. in Developmental Biology. My ultimate aspiration is to earn a Ph.D in Neurobiology, thus the display name. I am fascinated by the human brain and its complexities (to say the brain is "complex" is a massive understatement) and the fact that we have discovered so little. I have yet to decide on a particular university for a Ph.D. program, however, I have several options and plenty of time. The process of intellectual growth and the excitement of pursuing my interests are what count the most to me.
I also dedicate much of my free time to the arts - illustration,
cartooning, sculpting, film, painting (skill isn't fully developed, but still enjoy it, nonetheless), and photography; just to name a few. I
enjoy cross-fertilizing many areas of interest, ranging from art to
science. The way that I see it, both art and science go
hand-in-hand in that they each require imagination. I'm also a huge
film and book buff.