Fabian is a sophomore at Harvard College studying Psychology with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy or Economics. He is mainly interested in uncovering the mechanisms underlying decision making and making sense of the discrepancies between economic theory and economic reality. Furthermore, he is curious about the role of emotions in medical decision making, namely how patients make fundamental decisions in such emotionally intense situations.
Fabian is originally from Frankfurt, Germany. Outside of the lab, he is involved in organizing the Harvard College China Forum. In his spare time, he enjoys learning Mandarin, skiing, playing the flute, and traveling abroad to experience new cultures and countries.