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A small country called Belarus, but I spent most of my life in the Chicago suburbs.
What brought me here:
Opportunity! No matter how weird your interests or how off-beat your ideas, Berkeley is the best place to develop them. There's no end to what you can do here.
Outside of lab I love:
Martial arts of all sorts, tricking, parkour, kayaking, hiking, camping, telling stories, making inappropriate jokes, cooking, and making beer.
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