4th Year PhD Student
Department of Genetics
Stanford School of Medicine
Friday, April 7, 2023,
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Are you interested in Cancer Biology and Genetics? Are you at a Community College and the distance seems far? Do you think you can get into one of the top PhD programs in the country at Stanford? Are you confused about how to get involved in research?
Then you should come and meet Kiarash, who started at Community College and is currently a 4th Year PhD student at Stanford School of Medicine. Come to hear about his journey and ask him questions.
About the Speaker:
Kiarash is a 4th-year Cancer Biology PhD candidate at Stanford University School of Medicine. He grew up in Iran where he finished high school and moved to San Jose, California in 2012. Kiarash attended West Valley Community College majoring in Biology and Chemistry before transferring to UC Berkeley to receive a BA in Molecular and Cell Biology and a minor in Education. For his undergraduate honors thesis work on Toll-like receptors expression patterns, he received the department’s Award in Cell & Developmental Biology. Kiarash spent two years studying the neural basis of perception at UC Berkeley as a research associate before starting his PhD at Stanford in 2019 where he is now studying neuron-glioma interactions at the circuit level.
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Topic: From Community College to PhD at Stanford
When: Friday, April 7, 5:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)