Kirstie Keller

About Kirstie Keller

Kirstie Keller is a classically trained ballerina-turned-scientist with a penchant for 90s music. She enjoys piecing together the details of a discovery into the larger puzzle of life.

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Hopkins MD/PhD student is a Kut above the rest


While most graduate students are worried about their next exam or an upcoming experiment, Carmen Kut, an M.D./Ph.D. student in the Biomedical Engineering Department at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is quietly immersed in her latest endeavors to create meaningful medical products for those in need. Since her time as an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins(...)

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‘2014 Breakthrough of the Year’ Named by Science Magazine


In a year where scientists have turned back the clock on aging and designed robots to think as a group, choosing a standout success is a charge that is near impossible. However, when Science magazine released its annual short list of the most outstanding contributions to the scientific field, it ultimately made the difficult decision(...)

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