Undergraduate at Stanford, part of Stanford Effective Altruism. Interested in technical AI safety and rationality/compounding life improvements.
A bit late on reporting back, but last week's post convinced me to sign up for a vaccine trial. Happy to report I've joined the Johnson & Johnson ensemble study (which in my area was actually 1 dose, not 2). I decided to go with J&J because a 50% chance of getting the vaccine now seemed net positive, and apparently they're hoping to get results back fairly soon (January-Feb).
A few non-obvious things I noticed:
Overall a nice experience! Happy to answer questions if anyone has any.