Jihad Al-Jabban
Princeton alumnus, Harvard Medical School graduate student, Muslim, interfaith leader, molecular biology and immunology researcher

Jihad Al-Jabban is a Muslim and first generation Syrian-American from Grand Blanc, Michigan. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in molecular biology and a certificate in neuroscience where he wrote a thesis on viral trafficking in neurons. At Princeton he held a number of leadership roles ranging from charity projects to interfaith groups on campus. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Medical Science in Immunology at Harvard Medical School. His current interests include immune responses to acute and chronic viral infection as well as immune plasticity . An interesting fact: he is a triplet.