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ESP Biography

BRADY MAGAOAY, Stanford Junior Interested in Infectious Disease

Major: Art History

College/Employer: Stanford

Year of Graduation: 2014

Picture of Brady Magaoay

Brief Biographical Sketch:

My name is Brady Magaoay and I am very passionate about medicine and becoming a doctor. I am currently debating majoring in Art History and Biology, and it would be great if I could find a intercession between the two. Throughout the school year I am involved in several pre-medical associations and volunteer opportunities. SPLASH is one of my favorite activities here at Stanford and I am very excited to be teaching a new course with my friends on the flu and the complications of the virus. During the winter quarter I had taken a class by the world renown microbiologist and infectious disease physician Dr. Stanley Falkow and was immediately draw to his field of study. Through this teaching seminar my fellow teachers and I will combine our expertise on the flu and secondary infections which complicate and makes the virus such an effective and lethal infectious organism.

Past Classes

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V2404: American Art: From Land and Sea in Splash! Fall 2012
Join me in a wonderful adventure through American Art. We will explore landscape paintings and maritime scenes centered around artists like Winslow Homer and Albert Bierstadt. If you are wondering what this class is about: imagine the Magic School Bus, but with art instead of science.

B2138: Influenza Outbreak: From Infection to Prognosis in Splash! Spring 2012
The focus of this class is to provide students with a thorough understanding of the pathology of the influenza infection. The class will begin with a history of the flu and the basic biology of the virus and its infectious agents. The other half of the class will transition to the secondary infections of the flu which complicate the affected individual's condition and cause of terminal illness and mortality.