Yes, Kelvin is my real name and my parents probably did intend for me to become a scientist obsessed about the thermodynamics of everything, even medicine, which, indeed, is the gist of Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology, isn’t it? Here in the Karp Lab where opportunities abound, I hold dear to my training in biomaterials and drug delivery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, so I’m only tinkering with cell therapy, medical devices, and molecular sensors. Naturally, my PhD thesis focuses on strategies for translating extracellular vesicles as a therapy. And because no man is an island, I partly work through collaborations with industry and other academic groups including the Wyss Institute. Counting my hyphens as I write, which many scientists should, I solve my perpetual problem of work-life(-sleep) balance mathematically by culinary exploration, badminton, table tennis, church, travel, socializing via LinkedIn, and navigating my mind palace the Sherlock Holmes way.