GRADUATE STUDENT, CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
I completed my HBSc in Behaviour, Genetics, and Neurobiology at UofT, Mississauga (UTM). After graduating, I started working as a Research Assistant in a Behavioural Epigenetics lab at UTM, where I was involved in various studies investigating the role of epigenetic mechanisms, namely histone variants, in learning and memory in mice. Having a background in Neuroscience and Epigenetics, I am interested in studying brain-environment interactions in various capacities. I look forward to starting my Master’s in Clinical Neuropsychology at York and conducting my thesis under the realm of Children’s Environmental Health.
In my free time, I like to cook, bake, spend time outdoors with my dog, and visit with friends and family! I am also an avid fan of crime documentaries (and reality tv), especially on a rainy or snowy day!