Keith is a senior at Northwestern University and studying to obtain his Bachelor’s in Neuroscience. As a freshman undergraduate researcher, he coauthored an analytical chemistry paper titled, “Electrochemically Induced Nucleation of Nanoscopic Ionic Solid”. His work regarding electrochemistry sparked his interest for electrical processes in the brain; it also inspired him to pursue a bioelectronics research fellowship at the QSIB at Northwestern. During this fellowship, he helped prototype an implantable cortical imaging device. He is now interning at Neurolux to assist in the research and development of implantable devices. Over the course of the year, he will be trained to carry out a variety of rodent surgeries to aid in the testing and development of new implantable devices.