Kevin received his B.S. with honors in physics with a minor in neuroscience from Ohio State University in 2016. While at OSU, he studied the mechanism of action of the acid-sensing ion channel. As a postbac IRTA in the Rapp lab, Kevin has investigated the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation as an intervention in a rat model of neurocognitive aging. Beginning in the fall of 2018, Kevin will be pursuing his PhD in bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh focusing on neural interface technologies.