How his mother’s stroke inspired Cov Kid to become one of the world’s leading neuroscientists

A Coventry scientist at the forefront of groundbreaking neurological research in the US has been projected onto the global stage after being named as someone to watch in 2016. Harbaljit Sohal was included on a list of 30 top scientists aged under 30 by the influential US magazine Forbes. The magazine, famed for compiling lists of the world’s most powerful and influential people, included Harbaljit in its 30 Under 30 Science list featuring 30 scientists tipped to achieve big things this year. Now a post-doctoral scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the 28-year-old’s research is focused on building neural implants for the treatment of brain disorders, disability and immunodisorders. Harbaljit has developed sensors that will eventually be able to better understand neural…


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