Nineteen-year-old prodigy, Tanishq Mathew Abraham, has achieved an extraordinary feat by becoming one of the youngest individuals in the world to earn a PhD. The University of California at Davis is set to confer this prestigious honor upon him next week, marking a remarkable milestone in his already exciting journey.

Tanishq’s educational trajectory has been nothing short of awe-inspiring — he embarked on college courses at the tender age of seven while still in high school; At just ten years old, he completed high school and went on to graduate with an undergraduate degree from UC Davis at the remarkable age of fourteen.

His goal: To transform medicine using AI

Born and raised in an Indian American immigrant family, Tanishq has set his sights on revolutionizing the field of medicine through artificial intelligence. Recognizing the ongoing AI revolution, he aspires to be at the forefront of advancements in this domain. Speaking to the Sacramento Bee, he shared his passion for contributing to the transformative impact of AI in medicine.

You can now call Tanishq Mathew Abraham (19) a doctor. (Image:

Those who know Tanishq have unwavering confidence in his ability to achieve greatness. Jean-Pierre Delplanque, the vice provost and dean of graduate studies at UC Davis, expressed his admiration for Tanishq’s exceptional accomplishments at such a young age. Delplanque firmly believes that Tanishq will continue to make significant contributions to society, leaving an indelible mark on the world.

During his upcoming commencement, Tanishq will have the honor of ringing the bell at UC Davis, a cherished tradition reserved for successful PhD candidates who have fulfilled all requirements.

Adding to the celebration, his sister, a second-year graduate music student at Indiana University, will serenade the audience with the national anthem, while his 90-year-old Indian American grandmother, who earned her PhD in the 1960s as a veterinarian, will be present to witness this momentous occasion.

Tanishq founded the Medical AI Research Center earlier this year. (Image: MedARC )

Founder of the Medical AI Research Center

Not content with his astounding achievements thus far, Tanishq founded the Medical AI Research Center earlier this year in collaboration with experts from Stanford and Princeton.

The center has already published a groundbreaking paper on MindEye, a technology that generates images from brain activity.

Tanishq’s story serves as an inspiration to all, showcasing the boundless potential of human intellect and determination. As he embarks on the next chapter of his journey, his impact on the world is eagerly anticipated, and his unwavering dedication to pushing the boundaries of knowledge and innovation is a testament to his remarkable character.

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