Anthony Ramnauth (he/him) is a Neuroscience Ph.D. candidate in the lab of Dr. Keri Martinowich. His research interests are using high-throughput multiplexed small molecular fluorescent in situ hybridization (smFISH) to understand cell type heterogeneity in neurodevelopment and the adult brain across species, and using these data in parallel with other experimental data such as histology and single-cell ‘omics’ to evaluate the biological contexts of psychiatric disease risk. Anthony earned a B.S. at City University of New York (CUNY) John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Legal Studies, two B.A. degrees at CUNY Queens College in Philosophy and Biology, and a M.A. at State University of New York (SUNY) Buffalo in Philosophy. He was previously employed as a research technologist in the joint lab of Dr. Alfredo Kirkwood and Dr. Hey-Kyoung Lee, before matriculating into the Neuroscience Program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 2017.