Looking up at the sun-filled atrium of the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Complex, MIT senior Kerrie Greene smiles.
The journey through graduate school is rarely straight and smooth.
Schizophrenia, a brain disorder that produces hallucinations, delusions, and cognitive impairments, usually strikes during adolescence or young adulthood.
Imagine a herd of deer grazing in the forest. Suddenly, a twig snaps nearby, and they look up from the grass.