Andrew Hsu (1991 – )

At the age of 2, Andrew built a Lego robot as tall as he was and began teaching himself to read. At 11, he became the youngest ever grand-prize winner at the Washington State Science Fair for his research into a gene found in humans and mice. At 12, he was ranked 4th in the U.S. for his age in the 100 yard butterfly. Just weeks after his 16th birthday in 2007, Andrew graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in neurobiology, biochemistry, and chemistry. Currently, he is a Ph.D. student in Neurosciences at Stanford University.

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