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32 M San Francisco, CA

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Graduated from Ph.D program
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English, Italian, Hebrew

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My self-summary
Equal parts optimist and skeptic, I'm a genuine and happy human person. I'm a news junkie with a borderline unhealthy addiction to coffee, and I have a severe allergy to mornings. I want to tell stories like Ira Glass.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm out there trying to cure diseases with style and grace.
I’m really good at
Tinkering, puzzles, 90s sitcom sitcom trivia. I've always been excellent at getting to the station just in time to watch the train pull away.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I listen to a lot of music both in quantity and variety. On the one hand,I appreciate that no one in the last decade rocks harder than the white stripes, black keys, or muse. On the other hand, I'm pretty excited when my shuffle lands me on Beirut, the Ting tings, or Santigold. Bright eyes is still my most frequent ear worm. As far as live performances go, the three best shows that I've seen have certainly been Arcade Fire, the Decemberists, and Wilco.

I also believe that we are in the midst of a television renaissance. Those who says they don't watch tv are missing out on the greatest stories being told today and also they are pompous jerks.
The six things I could never do without
1: meaningful debate of meaningless topics
2: the lab
3: escaping the lab
4: black coffee
5: fairy tales
6: making brain wine from my mind grapes
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Within the confines of our bodies, we harbor 10 times more microbial cells than human cells. Gross, right? Bacteria outnumber us even inside us, and so you could make a disturbingly convincing argument that we are more microbe than human. The numbers alone should be enough to induce an existential crisis in any rational thinker, but it gets freakier. Our passenger flora is generally regarded from harmless to beneficial, but in other species some pathogenic invaders cause drastic changes in the behavior of their hosts. Cordyceps is a fungus that infects insects, hijacks their brain, and reprograms it to drown itself in a lake. This is a convenient drop point for the Cordyceps which subsequently infects other animals that come for a drink, but it's kind of an overall bummer if you're the grasshopper. With the sheer quantity of microbes that have been hanging out inside of us for our entire natural history, it seems crazy that they wouldn't have evolved mechanisms to alter our behavior and temperament to suit their purposes. All of this begs the question, how much of us is us?

I also spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about awful puns and poop jokes.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Madeleine Peyroux sings the soundtrack to my nightmares.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 27–36
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating