I am a high school senior with innovative ideas in science, and a passion in the field of neurology. Every time I have a "eureka" moment, I type a note on my phone on that innovative idea. I hope to one day present these ideas on TEDTalks!
An idea worth spreading
*Using specialized (carbon nanotubes) fullerene derivatives to use as drug-transporters, wherever in the body, while not being cytotoxic. Pharmaceutical drugs always have side-effects that can sometimes be more of a problem than a medicine. However, by using these fullerene derivatives, drugs can be inserted or attached to the molecule, and sent to a specific location through the use of antibody attached to the molecule. The idea may seem far-out impossible, or even too expensive, but the benefits may outweigh the costs.
I'm passionate about
Obsession with nanotechnology, tissue engineering, bio-chem stuff, as well as robotics!
Talk to me about
Any recommendations on how to get my ideas out as a high school student? Also, anything on nanotech, robotics, tissue engineering,... anything innovative!
People don't know I'm good at
Coming up with some good ideas, and overcoming the barriers behind an idea.
My TED story
I am a high school senior currently interested in all sciences, and I do research at my local university's biomed. laboratory. I have always been interested in Alzheimer's and its research. After three years of reading publications and articles on it, I came up with a proposal and began researching at my local university. Besides that, I am an IB student taking Higher Level Chemistry III (Orgo. chem. 1) for my science class. I am always coming up with new ideas in any field of science to fix problems, whether they are big or small. Sometimes my ideas are simplistic yet may reach a solution, while other times my ideas are complicated yet hopeful.