Kahaan is a second year neuroscience student at Reed College. His current work with the NEIL lab involves using EEG data to determine if sleep fragmentation is a biomarker of traumatic brain injury (TBI) severity and functional connectivity at different timepoints post-injury. Ultimately, he is interested in understanding changes in structural and functional connectivity in injured brain regions, as well as effective treatments to promote neural plasticity. Outside academics and lab work, he enjoys swimming and competing in weekly pool tournaments.