Hey guys! I have a double degree in Biochem (B.S.) & Physics (B.A.) from Virginia, and I wanted to request some career guidance. Initially in college, I was a premed staying on the Biochem. Then I discovered the awesomeness that was Feynman and rest of physics. String theory really pulled me into physics, when I was in like 7th grade, but anyways. So I graduated, not with the greatest GPA in the world, ~3.0. I think the double degree was a mistake, but life goes on. Currently, I'm taking summer courses at Cornell (Intermediate Mechanics, Math. Phys., Quantum, & Intermediate E&M). I never took Mechanics and E&M in college, so I'm taking it now. Already took Quantum, but wanted a refresher because it's been a long time. Anyways, I'm not a premed anymore, need to retake the GREs one more time, got a 600 in Physics, which is good enough. As far as interests go, I have a really peculiar interest in the convergence of Quantum computation and computational neuroscience. I feel like this convergence will occur sometime in the future and a career that specializes in the either discipline would be beneficial. I've always wanted to study the brain, still do, but I feel like with a physics background, I would go in prepared. Quantum computation also grabbed my interest as the theory seems very much applicable in the near future. Any suggestions as to a career path? I know UNC has a computational neurophysics lab and I'm sure people would interest the idea of studying quantum computational applications in the brain. Or I could be completely wrong. My plan was to apply in the fall for 09 entry. Do well at Cornell and then score on the GREs to get into a decent grad school. Are there any schools that would accept this weird interest I have? Thanks in advance!