A doctoral student, Kaitlin’s
interests include neuroimaging,
functional connectivity, neurorehabilitation, and brain-computer interfaces,
particularly in regards to patient populations that suffer from neurological injury
Kaitlin received her BS from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. She joined the Neuromotor Behavior Laboratory because she is fascinated by the potential of cutting-edge neuroimaging and neural interfacing techniques in providing new insights into brain functioning, and potentially shedding light on their distinct uses in clinical applications. Once she completes her PhD, she hopes to continue working in academia as a professor and principal investigator.
When not in the busy with her work, Kaitlin enjoys a passion for music – playing electric guitar and bass – watching movies, and spending time with family and friends.
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