37Atlanta, United States
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My self-summary
I recently moved back to Atlanta, a city that I have left 17 years ago to go to college, grad school and work. I am back now retracing old commutes, passing by old schools, and nostalgically eyeing old homes. It feels like a homecoming of sorts. I definitely hope to make Atlanta my home for sometime to come.

I like the hippie vibe that the city exudes. I would love to explore cool bookstores, eclectic music venues and get to know some quality people in the city.
What I’m doing with my life
I am wrapping up a postdoctoral fellowship in medical research that I began in Boston over the past three years. I am now in Atlanta with the hope of starting my own lab doing vaccine research in the next couple of years.

I am a Ph.D. in Immunology by training, a great five years of my life at UCLA. Enjoyed Los Angeles but happy to be back in the east coast.
I’m really good at
Talking politics, listening to people, working out, swimming, eating (not even kidding), science, math, bad singing.

I am bad at dating, which is where you come in.
The first things people usually notice about me
I can think of a few things I want people to notice about me... Not really sure what they do, however.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I read a lot. I love history books (Founding Brothers), political books (How to Win a Cosmic War), sociology (Germs, Guns and Steal) and novels (Night Train to Lisbon). Voracious reader here, including NYTimes, The Washington Post, The Economist, Daily Star (Lebanese), and Al Jazeera.

Open to all movies but mostly into independent films and foreign films.

I eat everything, cooked or raw, dead or alive, moving or oozing.

Listen to all types of music. I am especially into mixes of Classical and House music. I am also into Trap music.
Six things I could never do without
Friends, family, books, gym, phone, sex.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How we need to build a large lobby to fund the campaigns of members of Congress so they can pass anti-lobbying legislation so that it would become illegal to take money from pharmaceutical companies, financial firms, the NRA and the pro-Israel lobby.

How we would, finally, get the public healthcare option, the financial regulation, the gun control legislation and the foreign policy we deserve.

These are our basic human rights.
On a typical Friday night I am
I am out with friends or at a bar or a cool music venue or a quiet movie night with a date.
You should message me if
You are well-informed, considerate, in shape and ready to date.
The two of us