Kevin Sikah

Kevin Sikah
Research Student Intern

Education History:
B.A., Neurobiology, Harvard University

Kevin received a Bachelor’s degree from Harvard University in 2015. After spending one year studying traumatic brain injury in rats at the University of Miami, he began working toward his MD at Harvard Medical School. Kevin joined the Berenson-Allen Center in June 2019 and is currently a fourth-year medical student. He is currently working with Dr. Mouhsin Shafi to investigate relationships between TMS protocols, EEG, task performance, and memory.

Personal Interests / Hobbies:
In his free time, Kevin enjoys playing piano, learning languages, salsa dancing, playing video games, and spending time with family and friends.

Personal Goals:
Kevin hopes to learn about TMS and EEG through his work at the Berenson-Allen Center and apply this knowledge in the future, as he plans to apply to residency in Neurology. He also hopes to gain further experience in research to be able to contribute to neurology research more effectively in the future.