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“Brilliant Mind” is published in Consilience Journal!

The Science The human mind is a truly beautiful and elusive concept. Despite considerable progress in neuroscience research, we still cannot quite explain where our mind is and what it looks like. I created the “Brilliant Mind” by taking schematic images of the human brain from the Allen Brain Atlas and portraying them as beaded... Continue Reading →

Attracting more people to find treatments for devastating diseases

If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know that I used to work as a neuroscientist at a neurology-focused biotech company. Coming from an insulated environment of academic research, it was a truly eye-opening experience for me on many levels. While academic biomedical research is often driven by natural curiosity about... Continue Reading →

An embarrassing story of how it took me 20 years to interpret an abstract sculpture

The myth behind the sculpture When I was applying to colleges, I went on a campus tour at Columbia University.  Columbia campus is gorgeous and I was drinking it all in. When we approached Columbia Law School, the tour guide drew our attention to the odd sculpture in front of it.  We stood there for... Continue Reading →

My art is featured in the “BLANK” virtual exhibition by Seagery Zine

Some you may have seen that in the spring of 2020, several of my works were published in "That Side of Paradise" issue of Seagery Zine. Here are a few shots from my personal copy. Well this month Katrina Vera Wong who runs the Seagery Zine outdid herself! In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic,... Continue Reading →

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