Aaron Sathyanesan is a developmental neuroscientist working on motor coordination and adaptive behavior at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC. His current postdoctoral research involves using mouse models of disease to identify how premature birth injury affects cells and circuits in the brain responsible for adaptive motor learning. If he’s not working in the research lab, he’s probably taking his yellow lab for a walk with his wife, Ange. Aaron is passionate about science communication, the science-faith dialogue, and the future of neurotech. You can find him on twitter at @UnctionFunction
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