B.A. Psychobiology, Pre-Medical Studies, Occidental College, 2008
M.A. Bioethics, New York University, 2010
Candidate for M.D., The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, 2016
Areas of Research/Interest:
Ethics of euthanasia/physician-assisted suicide, pharmaceutical companies’ patents and intellectual property rights, obesity, preventive medicine, comparative health care models, free will and determinism, among others.
Neil grew up in Colorado and consequently pines for the outdoors. After completing his masters, he plans to go to medical school, convinced that he can combine this passion with his others for writing and travel in a positive, contributory way. His other interests abound, but are dominated by consumption of literature, ultimate frisbee, skiing, photography, hiking/backpacking, and pestering people with what he finds to be deep philosophical questions.
“Cerebrospinal Fluid Sodium Rhythms.” Cerebrospinal Fluid Research 2010, 7:3. (co-author)