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|name = Dr. Zubin Sedghi
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|photo = zubin.jpg
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|relation = Current member of Tally Hall
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|birth_date = September 16, 1984
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|hometown = Bloomfield, MI
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|death_place = <!-- death place (optional) -->
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|residence = Vallejo, CA
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|otherNames = "Zubes" "Dr. Zubin Sedghi D.O."
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|yearsActive = 2002-Current
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==Biography==
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In an old bio, it is written:
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<blockquote>''Mr. Zubin Sedghi ("Zubin" to friends) is precisely 5'11" and weighs 133.5 pounds. His eyes and his hairs are brown. His teeth are orthodontically corrected. He has two sisters, two parents, a dog, a fish, and an oxford comma. Mr. Zubin Sedghi is of persian descent, and suffers from no major food-borne allergies. His right arm is home to 18 freckles; his belly button is an "innie." In addition to being right-handed from birth, Mr. Zubin Sedghi has always shown a proclivity toward dressing in clothing and speaking the English language. Mr. Zubin Sedghi participated in the sport of discus throwing during his senior year at Andover High School with very little success.''</blockquote>
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While attending Andover High School, he was in a band called [[listedBlack]] with current [[Tally Hall]] band mate, [[Rob Cantor]].
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Zubin is the bassist/vocalist in Tally Hall and wears a blue tie. He also designed the original Tally Hall website circa 2006.
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In his early life Zubin was "forced" to play the piano by his parents, and toured Europe as a choir boy, he also had the lead role in his high school musical and spring play.
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Zubin contributed to the [[ミラクルミュージカル]] project [[Hawaii: Part II]] by providing vocals for the song [[White Ball]].
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Aside from his musical commitments, Zubin studied biology (pre-med),<ref name=dreamerstoday>[http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/zubin.html Archived bio from 2006 Tally Hall website]</ref> and in 2012, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in neuroscience.<ref name=aragonalab>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKV46iJjyyQ 'Aragona Lab - Zubin Sedghi, Former Honors Thesis Undergrad'. 2012. Brandon Aragona. YouTube.]</ref>
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Zubin's honours thesis was on ''"Examining Interactions Between Kappa Opioid Receptors and Dopaminergic Transmission in the Striatum of Socially Monogamous Prairie Voles"''<ref>[https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/3beb/dc8d5b415d1b1c5695b4caadbf0a46d23a5b.pdf Examining Interactions Between Kappa Opioid Receptors and Dopaminergic Transmission in the Striatum of Socially Monogamous Prairie Voles. Zubin Sedghi. 2012. University of Michigan.]</ref><ref name=aragonalab>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKV46iJjyyQ 'Aragona Lab - Zubin Sedghi, Former Honors Thesis Undergrad'. 2012. Brandon Aragona. YouTube.]</ref>
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In 2013 Zubin entered a contest set by the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California (OPSC) to create a video that educates the public about Osteopathic medicine and its profession. Zubin entered a video called "The D.O. Difference" that made use of metaphorical visuals, and was shot entirely on his iPhone. Zubin's entry came first.<ref>[http://externalrelations.tu.edu/studentlife/ The D.O. Difference. Externalrelations. Student Life. Webpage.]</ref><ref>[https://vimeo.com/79632170 The D.O. Difference. Zubin Sedghi. Vimeo.]</ref>
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In 2014, while studying for his doctorate, Zubin was part of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMmi4Ok5dCY Zubin Sedghi, Touro, CA. COSGP Second Vice Chair. YouTube.]</ref>
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Zubin received his doctorate, got married, became a father,<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/hiddeninthesand/posts/10154544564781935 Hidden In The Sand Facebook. Zubin's Baby]</ref> and is currently living happily ever after.<sup>[Citation Needed]</sup>
  
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== Fun Facts ==
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* Zubin does not, in fact, have a middle name.
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* His brother, Alan, has his own band called Humons<ref>[http://humonsmusic.com/ Official Humons Website (redirects to Soundcloud)]</ref><ref>[https://humons.bandcamp.com/ Humons Official Bandcamp page.]</ref>
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* In a SXSW interview Zubin states that he can swim, though his bandmates point out that his "swimming" looks a lot like just walking in water.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH35LIN32Dk Tally Hall at SXSW Interview. Sneak Peek. Re-uploaded in 2013 by Agent DoubleOOP. YouTube.]</ref> in [[Tally Hall's Internet Show]] Episode 10: [[Good Night (T.H.I.S. Episode)|Good Night]], a drowning Zubin cries out that he ''can't'' swim.<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y_XWCHE-gM Tally Hall's Internet Show Episode 10 - Good Night. Tallyall. YouTube.]</ref>
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* Zubin's favourite stage of mitosis is anaphase<ref name=dreamerstoday>[http://stl.dreamerstoday.com/DoubleOOP/zubin.html Archived bio from 2006 Tally Hall website]</ref>
  
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==Songs==
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The following is an alphabetical compilation of the [[Tally Hall]] songs Zubin Sedghi has written or helped to write:
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<categorytree mode=pages hideroot=on>Songs by Zubin Sedghi</categorytree>
  
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== External Links ==
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* [https://twitter.com/sedghizu Twitter Account] (Verified!)
  
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
  
Zubin Sedghi born on September 16, 1984.
 
  
(From Hidden in the Sand and Zubin Sedghi's Facebook pages)
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[[Category:People]]

Latest revision as of 10:47, 29 January 2019

Dr. Zubin Sedghi
Zubin.jpg
Current member of Tally Hall
Date of Birth: September 16, 1984
Hometown: Bloomfield, MI
Current resident of: Vallejo, CA
Other Names: "Zubes" "Dr. Zubin Sedghi D.O."


Biography[edit]

In an old bio, it is written:

Mr. Zubin Sedghi ("Zubin" to friends) is precisely 5'11" and weighs 133.5 pounds. His eyes and his hairs are brown. His teeth are orthodontically corrected. He has two sisters, two parents, a dog, a fish, and an oxford comma. Mr. Zubin Sedghi is of persian descent, and suffers from no major food-borne allergies. His right arm is home to 18 freckles; his belly button is an "innie." In addition to being right-handed from birth, Mr. Zubin Sedghi has always shown a proclivity toward dressing in clothing and speaking the English language. Mr. Zubin Sedghi participated in the sport of discus throwing during his senior year at Andover High School with very little success.

While attending Andover High School, he was in a band called listedBlack with current Tally Hall band mate, Rob Cantor.

Zubin is the bassist/vocalist in Tally Hall and wears a blue tie. He also designed the original Tally Hall website circa 2006. In his early life Zubin was "forced" to play the piano by his parents, and toured Europe as a choir boy, he also had the lead role in his high school musical and spring play.

Zubin contributed to the ミラクルミュージカル project Hawaii: Part II by providing vocals for the song White Ball.

Aside from his musical commitments, Zubin studied biology (pre-med),[1] and in 2012, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in neuroscience.[2] Zubin's honours thesis was on "Examining Interactions Between Kappa Opioid Receptors and Dopaminergic Transmission in the Striatum of Socially Monogamous Prairie Voles"[3][2]

In 2013 Zubin entered a contest set by the Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California (OPSC) to create a video that educates the public about Osteopathic medicine and its profession. Zubin entered a video called "The D.O. Difference" that made use of metaphorical visuals, and was shot entirely on his iPhone. Zubin's entry came first.[4][5] In 2014, while studying for his doctorate, Zubin was part of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents.[6]

Zubin received his doctorate, got married, became a father,[7] and is currently living happily ever after.[Citation Needed]

Fun Facts[edit]

  • Zubin does not, in fact, have a middle name.
  • His brother, Alan, has his own band called Humons[8][9]
  • In a SXSW interview Zubin states that he can swim, though his bandmates point out that his "swimming" looks a lot like just walking in water.[10] in Tally Hall's Internet Show Episode 10: Good Night, a drowning Zubin cries out that he can't swim.[11]
  • Zubin's favourite stage of mitosis is anaphase[1]

Songs[edit]

The following is an alphabetical compilation of the Tally Hall songs Zubin Sedghi has written or helped to write:

External Links[edit]

References[edit]