Kevin Arndt

Kevin Arndt was born and raised in Rochester, NY. He graduated from SUNY University at Buffalo in 2012 with a BS in Biology and a BA in Psychology. During the summers while enrolled at UB, Kevin assisted in research under Edward Vates MD/Ph.D at the Center for Translational Neuromedicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, where he studied subarachnoid hemorrhage in the mouse model, as well as PGE2’s effects on cerebral blood flow, using in-vivo Two-Photon Microscopy. During his time at the University of Rochester, Kevin realized his passion for neuroscience research as well as medicine.

Kevin entered Boston University in 2012 as a Masters candidate, and he is investigating cortical reorganization following an ischemic stroke in the primary motor cortex. After completion of his masters Kevin would like to attend medical school to become a physician. In his free time Kevin enjoys snowboarding, waterskiing, sailing, cycling and soccer.

Kevin Arndt was born and raised in Rochester, NY. He graduated from SUNY University at Buffalo in 2012 with a BS in Biology and a BA in Psychology. During the summers while enrolled at UB, Kevin assisted in research under Edward Vates MD/Ph.D at the Center for Translational Neuromedicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, where he studied subarachnoid hemorrhage in the mouse model, as well as PGE2’s effects on cerebral blood flow, using in-vivo Two-Photon Microscopy. During his time at the University of Rochester, Kevin realized his passion for neuroscience research as well as medicine.

Kevin entered Boston University in 2012 as a Masters candidate, and he is investigating cortical reorganization following an ischemic stroke in the primary motor cortex. After completion of his masters Kevin would like to attend medical school to become a physician. In his free time Kevin enjoys snowboarding, waterskiing, sailing, cycling and soccer.

Kevin Arndt was born and raised in Rochester, NY. He graduated from SUNY University at Buffalo in 2012 with a BS in Biology and a BA in Psychology. During the summers while enrolled at UB, Kevin assisted in research under Edward Vates MD/Ph.D at the Center for Translational Neuromedicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, where he studied subarachnoid hemorrhage in the mouse model, as well as PGE2’s effects on cerebral blood flow, using in-vivo Two-Photon Microscopy. During his time at the University of Rochester, Kevin realized his passion for neuroscience research as well as medicine.

Kevin entered Boston University in 2012 as a Masters candidate, and he is investigating cortical reorganization following an ischemic stroke in the primary motor cortex. After completion of his masters Kevin would like to attend medical school to become a physician. In his free time Kevin enjoys snowboarding, waterskiing, sailing, cycling and soccer.