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Rahul Satija - Rhodes Scholar
Vol: 1 Num: 1    Winter 2006
Rahul Satija of Duke is one of three South Asians named in the Rhodes Scholars list of 32

Rahul Satija wants to understand how 3.1 billion nucleotides of human genome control our life at a fundamental level. He says that he caught the bioinformatics bug during his first year at Duke University. Now that bug is taking him to the University of Oxford as one of 32 American students selected as Rhodes Scholars.

The oldest international study award for American students, Rhodes Scholarship was created by the Will of Cecil Rhodes, a British philanthropist and colonial pioneer, in 1902. This year’s Scholars were selected from 903 applicants endorsed by 333 colleges and universities.

A native of Potomac, Maryland, Rahul, is doing a double major in biology and music and minor in math. He wants to become professor and a research scientist in the area of computation biology, genomic and bio informatics. §

is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Mood Indico magazine, a niche publication for the affluent South Asians living in the north America


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