Age: 18Closter, NJ
Category: Science and Economics
Project Title: The Effects of the Orphan Drug Act on Rare Disease Research and Drug Development: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Hopefully starting (or two years into) a surgical residency in a big city.
If you could have dinner with the five most interesting people in the world, living or dead, who would they be?
Vincent Van Gogh, Elon Musk ,Buddha, George R.R. martin, Anne Boleyn
What is your absolute dream job?
Chief of surgery at a huge research hospital
If you were a wrestler, what would your entrance song be?
'The Quack' by What So Not
Aside from necessities, what's one thing you could not go a day without?
My hydroflask water bottle
What lame superpower would you want?
The power to make dirty clothes clean instantly
If you could be on any TV show, which one would it be?
The Great British Baking Show
What is your favorite food?
Say you're independently wealthy and don't have to work, what would you do with your time?
Go on food tours in European cities
Which skill would you like to learn?
What is your favorite tradition or holiday?
Sitting by the fire on Christmas Eve with cookies and milk.
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CLOSTER TEEN AWARDED $10,000 FOR RESEARCH QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF THE ORPHAN DRUG ACT
Nicole Moiseyev to be Named a 2018 Davidson Fellow
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