Aditya Kumar Jain
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|Born||Aditya Kumar Jain|
April 12, 2000
Folsom, California, U.S.
|Education||Current: Boston University|
Aditya Kumar Jain (born April 12th, 2000) is a researcher, scientist, and inventor. Jain is known for his research on creating a method for early detection on lung cancer as well as cancerous gene mutations. Since completing his work in high-school, Jain has attended Boston University since 2017 for his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering.
In Middle School, Jain was selected as a finalist for the Broadcom MASTERS competition. At the 2014 competition, Jain took first place in the technology category. His project was titled: It's a Matter of Life & Breath: An Improved Automated Diagnostic Tool for Lung Cancer Solitary Pulmonary Nodules Detection towards Population-Based Screening.  Jain was awarded $3,500 for winning along with a trip to Washington D.C., a minor planet, and an iPad. Along with other finalists, he met top executives at the White House and shook hands with President Barack Obama.
In High School, Jain competed in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair administered by the Society for Science & the Public. In 2015, Jain left with a $500 prize from ISEF by winning the Fourth Award in Biomedical and Health Sciences for his project titled “It’s a Matter of Life and Breath: A Novel Computer Diagnosis Tool for Early Detection of Lung Cancer SPNs toward Big Data Analysis”. In 2017, Jain competed again with a project titled "A Novel Pan-Cancer Approach to Quantify Tumor Mutational Burden and Clinical Data Predictors for Immunotherapy Response towards Personalized Medicine" and took a $1,000 Third Prize in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. In addition to these top recognition at international competitions, Jain received top awards at local qualifiers and competitions within Oregon. 
He has also been affiliated with the Oregon Health & Science University and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for research. He has also been known for having multiple scientific papers published as a first author. 
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- Jain, A.; Degnin, C.; Chen, Y.; Craycraft, M.; Hung, A.; Jaboin, J.; Thomas Jr, C. R.; Mitin, T. (2018). "On thin ice: barriers to adoption of surveillance for patients with stage I testicular seminoma. Survey of US radiation oncologists". International Brazilian Journal of Urology. 44 (3): 452–460. doi:10.1590/S1677-5538.IBJU.2017.0454. PMC 5996785. PMID 29522295.
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