“The personal mentorship I received from my professors was really beneficial as I moved on to Johns Hopkins. I learned so much outside of the classroom at Transylvania.”
As a chemistry and biology major at Transylvania, Joshua Schwartz spent a lot of time in the science labs, but opportunities outside of those labs also shaped his success. Schwartz spent his summers studying at the University of Cincinnati, Brown University, and Stanford University. At Stanford, he did research with stem cells from autistic children, studying the neurodevelopment in autism and how parts of the brain become specialized.
Now in the Ph.D. program at Johns Hopkins, Schwartz is working toward becoming a teacher and researcher in neuroscience. He continues to use the skills he developed at Transylvania. “My first rotation here was a continuation of the project I did in my senior seminar at Transy,” he says.
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