GRADUATE STUDENT, CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
I first became interested in the effects of prenatal stress on the brain and development of future generations as an undergraduate student at the University of Lethbridge. After obtaining my B.Sc. in Neuroscience, I completed a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research at McGill University to better understand how fundamental research is translated and applied in a healthcare setting. Rooted in my background in behavioral neuroscience and clinical practice, I look forward to better understanding how exposure to fluoride during the prenatal period affects maternal immune markers and behavioral development in children.
Outside of the lab, I enjoy trying new recipes and baking (with moderate success)! Other hobbies also include reading non-fiction books and practicing yoga.