To think is my passion, to learn is my hobby, and the mind is the root to all of my beliefs. It is through this passion that I plan on servicing the community. Neuroscience unfolds the mind and explores the way we think. Such discoveries could cure a neighbors depression, regain a friend’s mobility, or perhaps one day save a loved one’s life. In this revolutionary exploration, the possibilities are endless. Amongst the great thinkers of the world, I am currently studying neurology at Johns Hopkins University. As a student, a thinker, and a pioneer, I have taken the responsibility of upholding the merit of determination, hard work, and focus. Each step I take is one on the path to bettering the scientific world, and thus the community as a whole. With such responsibility, I will not only attend, but thrive, in the nation’s top institutions, beginning with Johns Hopkins University. Throughout my career, I will collaborate with organizations across the globe, such as Korle-Bu and the Champalimaud Foundation, to result in understanding and treating those who were once untreatable. However, to truly make a difference in the world, educating young minds about the world of neuroscience will be my final endeavor. It is through the cycle of education that will allow generations to pass down and analyze the information discovered by their predecessors. The beauty in my field of work is that the knowledge gained by one is to the benefit of the whole.