Graduate student, Dawn Ryan, gave a talk on the aging brain in Niagara on Lake on June 5th at the World Events Cafe. She outlined various relevant theories and discussed the implications of her thesis research. Her talk was very well received and we can expect a follow up meeting in the near future!
A Neurocognitive Aging Lab alumna, Ishani Atukoralalage, has been accepted into a master's program for Anatomical Sciences at Queen's University.
Over the course of her internship in our lab, Ishani gained extensive hands-on experience in the research process by testing participants, organizing data, discussing project trajectories, planning experimental studies, and processing biological samples. Ishani is pictured here running hormone assays for graduate student, Dawn Ryan's thesis project, Hormones across the Lifespan.
We wish Ishani all the best with her studies and celebrate her accomplishment!
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