Manhasset Junior Becomes Published Scientist

Julian Sethna, a junior in Manhasset High School’s science research program, can now add published researcher to his résumé. He recently served as a primary author in the journal article, “Cardiometabolic Health in Asian American Children,” which corresponded to research that he conducted over the past year.
Sethna interned with Dr. Kevin Meyers through the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The paper was published in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, a peer-reviewed academic journal. The Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities reports on the scholarly progress of work to understand, address and ultimately eliminate health disparities based on race and ethnicity. Efforts to explore underlying causes of health disparities and to describe interventions that have been undertaken to address racial and ethnic health disparities are featured.
The Manhasset Public Schools congratulates Sethna on this incredible achievement.
—Submitted By Manhasset Public Schools

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