Meet The Students

Explore The Impact Of The Curieux Academic Journal 

Siddhant Jhawar

Student Researcher 

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Siddhant Jhawar is currently a rising junior at Daly College, Indore, India. Being an aficionado for the fields, Siddhant was motivated to write a multidisciplinary research paper on mathematics and macroeconomics, which focused on determining the relationship between crude oil prices and the Nigerian Economy.  He hopes to expand on his current research in college; wherein, he wishes to analyze whether the strong relationship is a result of Nigeria acting as a proxy for the economic boom in OPEC nations. 

 

Coming from an economically disadvantaged background, Siddhant has overcome many challenges and has worked hard to write a compelling research paper. His paper represents an outstanding study in the interdisciplinary relations between social sciences and mathematics. The Curieux Academic Journal was happy to help Siddhant in his journey and provide the necessary funding and resources to publish his work. 

 

James Nguyen

Student Researcher 

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James Nguyen is a current junior at La Quinta High school who is deeply interested in using biochemistry and biomedical engineering in the specific context of oncology. In his free time, you can find him reading self-help books, playing card games, or spending time with his family. In his research, James looked at the practical and economical effects of utilizing liquid biopsy markers for early cancer screening and monitoring. 

I started my research journey because my grandma was victimized by cancer and diagnosed with glioblastoma; if I can help scientists, no matter the scale, I would feel like I am using my time in a purposeful way. The battle for effective cancer treatment has been long and costly. If this continues, many will suffer like my  grandma and relatives will experience the indescribably bad feeling of witnessing it, like I did. To me, scientific research serves as a way to train my mind and make improvements in the world that will affect future generations.