Key Point Blog Asks: Amanda Brown, Ph.D. – What got you into science?

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Amanda Brown

 

“I became a scientist as a result of my high school biology teacher talking about the research he would do if he could return to college and through my research experiences during the summers while in college. These early exposures (it was called the summer affirmative action research program!) gave me the insight, knowledge and confidence to pursue a career in science.”

 

Amanda Brown, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology

Vice Chair for The Neurosciences Community Innovation Council

Director, Johns Hopkins Internship in Brain Sciences

Co-Director, JHU NIMH Development Core
Editor, Frontiers Bioscience Translational Research in NeuroAIDS & Mental Health, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Fellow, Keystone Symposia