Back in the States after 3 weeks of traveling Europe. Miss it already!
Online Dating Motto: [In economic terms] optimally improving the quality of dates in favor of one's utility function in the long-run.
MBTI: E/INTJ, Type A Personality
I completed my undergrad at NYU studying Economics and Chemistry (Yes. I am a nerd), in hopes of one day finding the missing link between the social and hard sciences. Specifically, I'm interested in the field of game theory, applied mathematics, and social/behavioral sciences. For two years, I worked at a company in NJ as a practitioner using neuroplasticity to treat patients with ADHD, autism, dementia, Alzheimer's, and TBI/concussions. The summer after I left my job, I went back to the city (mostly in Brooklyn & Manhattan), spending my final weeks in NYC before moving to Cleveland for grad school.
Now, I work mostly for the clinical side of healthcare: doing clinical research in the Neurology department, running my own non-profit against child obesity, and dabbing in the consulting industry here and there. I'll be graduating from my graduate program at Case Med the end of this summer. I'm still figuring out where I'll be this Fall - it's honestly a toss-up between NYC, SF, or even overseas in London, Amsterdam, and Spain. I'll just have to wait and see where my next chapter takes me.
Movies: TiMER, Sliding Doors, Cafe, Original Sin, 500 Days of Summer, Inception, W;t, People Will Talk, The Imitation Game (this movie reminded me of another great biography "Tesla - Man Out of Time" that I finished reading recently), The Duchess, Colonia, Under the Hawthorne Tree, House of Flying Daggers, Law Abiding Citizen, The Shining, 28 Days Later, Zombieland,Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead, Suckerpunch, Kickass, Fantastic Mr. Fox,Moonrise Kingdom, Up, Ratatouille, Cabin in the Woods (thanks to an incredibly persuasive debater usernamephobic
Literature: NYT, WSJ, and any current bestsellers
I absolutely love reading. I'll pretty much read anything that anyone recommends to me (and it's not limited to books). If you have a good book, article, column, comic strip, etc... I'm always up for a suggestion.
Food: Italian, Mediterranean, French, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Afghan, homemade Chinese, and an assortment of desserts that I indulge in on occasion.
Music: I'm a classicist at heart.
I dance on my commute to work.
I fall in love swiftly.
I need a full-time secretary to handle my OKC account... (I respond in bulk.)
And, I eat my candy the way sick Americans pop pills.
Cheers to you all and hope those in search of love find it.