Senior, Harvard University
Kevin is a current senior at Harvard College studying Neuroscience on the Mind, Brain, and Behavior track. During his time at Harvard, he has found himself drawn to learning about how our psychology and neuroscience can be applied and used in order to better comprehend the effects of racism in healthcare, the law, and society at large. Under the guidance of Dr. Alexandra Rodman, Kevin is writing his undergraduate thesis on how race-based traumatic stress may induce similar neurodevelopmental adaptations as other forms of childhood adversity. Following graduation, he plans to pursue a research fellowship before continuing onto medical school. Outside the lab, Kevin is a classically trained violist, an aspiring chef, and an avid runner.