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Joseph Keller (M15) Earns M.A., and is Accepted to MIT Neuroscience Program

Joseph Keller (M15) '07, biological sciences recently completed his master's degree in computational neuroscience at the Cognitve and Neural Systems Department at Boston University.

Joseph is currently conducting summer research at Massachussetts General Hospital with EEG studies of patients under anesthesia. In the fall, Jospeh will matriculate to Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department to begin a Ph.D in neuroscience and plans to focus on dementia and alzheimer's disease.

Posted by Stanyell Bruce on June 25, 2009 12:33 PM |

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