Brittany Gluskin is currently assisting Dr. Miller with his research examining the effects of an exercise intervention on individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. In addition, she is working with Brian Greeley on an experiment investigating the effects of mood induction on subsequent motor task performance in young adults.
Brittany has always been intrigued by personality differences among individuals and this curiosity later developed into an interest in what makes people “tick” at a physiological level. Her current research affords her the best of both worlds: she has the opportunity to meet many fascinating people as they volunteer their time to participate in neuromotor behavioral studies.
In 2012 Brittany obtained her B.Sc. degree in Neuroscience from the University of Michigan. She plans on attending graduate school to obtain her Ph.D. in Neuroscience and to continue her research in this field.
In her spare time Brittany enjoys reading, playing sports, watching movies with friends, spending time with family and playing with her two dogs.
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