Lan Jiang

As a current junior in high school, I spent the past three years conducting research at the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine. My focus is on clinical narcolepsy, and I recently completed a paper about improving hypersomnia diagnosis through machine learning. The prevalence of sleep disorders in both my family and modern society sparked my interest in sleep sciences, and I greatly enjoy reading about the latest findings in sleep medicine and neurology. I am currently working with my school district to revise the health course and include a comprehensive curriculum about sleep health. In college, I would like to major in neurology with a minor in psychology and eventually attend medical school to become a neurosurgeon. I aspire to become a social entrepreneur in developing solutions to burnout epidemic and the founder of an international sleep education developmental non-profit.
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The Unrecognized Consequences of Sleep Loss

by Lan Jiang

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