Quantitative Neuroscience (Independent Concentration)
Certificates: Latin American Studies (PLAS), Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM)
List of favorite courses: MAT 215: Analysis in a single variable, MOL 215: Quantitative Principles in Cell and Mol. Biology, COS 424: Interacting with data, APC/MAT 350 Introduction to Differential Equations, HIS 309: Modern Mexico, SPA 322: Fact and Fiction
Hi everyone! I am a junior from Mexico City and am one of the few Independent Concentrators at Princeton. My major is Quantitative Neuroscience and it mixes applied math, theoretical neuroscience and a dab of computer science. In addition to the sciences, I also love the humanities and am pursuing a certificate in Latin American Studies. Outside of classes I am vice-president of Tora Taiko, the Japanese drumming group at Princeton, I tutor math and computer science, and am an active member of Chicano Caucus and Accion Latina. I am also Volunteer Liaison and a Student Tour Guide at the Princeton Art Museum. I’ve taken a wide variety of courses and considered multiple departments so I’ll be very happy to answer any questions you have.
Best way to reach me: Email! email@example.com