6.20.2007

next stop: brain research

Hey, want a reminder of how unaccomplished you are? This month, just weeks after his 16th birthday, Andrew Hsu became the second-youngest person to graduate from the University of Washington, and the youngest with a triple degree—in neurobiology, biochemistry and chemistry: 3 degrees aren't enough for 16-year-old UW grad. That is one friggin' smart kid. And starting this summer, he plans to begin his doctoral research into brain function at Stanford University's medical school. Kids, hide the newspaper from your parents. You don't them to know about this guy...