People of I-LABS
Vibrant, super-smart and caring: these are just a few of the qualities that describe the dozens of interdisciplinary researchers at I-LABS. Their innovative ideas and technological savviness help drive the Institute’s reputation as a world leader in child development and brain science.
And their kindness, professionalism and sense of humor greet all of the hundreds of families that volunteer each year for studies at I-LABS.
In the “People of I-LABS” series, we get to know the research scientists, post-doctoral fellows and other researchers who make up the elite team at I-LABS.
Please tell us a little about yourself. Where do you come from? What is your position at I-LABS?
My name is Sidney LeVine. I’m a high school sophomore at University Prep. I live in Seattle (and have for most of my life), and am an intern at I-LABS.
What’s your most significant career/academic accomplishment so far?
I was fortunate enough to receive the certificate for academic achievement in the IB program for 3 straight semesters through 7th and 8th grade.
What are you most looking forward to about working at I-LABS?
I’m most looking forward to learning about the research on children’s self-esteem. It’s a topic that I-LABS has pioneered and about which I’m very curious.
What’s something we might not know about you? (something fun! Secret talents? Cool travels? Adorable pets?)
I am a huge fan of socks with designs (my favorite being my Seattle Skyline socks).