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Michael is a pharmacology graduate student at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine who has been working in the Lieber Institute since winter 2016 studying the cognitive, behavioral, and neurological effects of adolescent social isolation. Before graduate school, Michael worked at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, where he used fMRI to study cognitive changes in master sommeliers, professional fighters, and other specialized professions. Michael received a BA in molecular biology from Harvey Mudd College.

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