During my time as an undergraduate at Lock Haven University, I fell in love with cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Specifically, I enjoyed the idea of bridging the gap between the two with technology. I am interested in utilizing neuroimaging techniques, as well as other innovative technologies, to investigate the human brain in the context of neuroscience research. I have a passion for gaining more knowledge, and I anticipate learning advanced methods of research and data analysis. After earning my master's degree, I aspire to get my Ph.D. in a related field and work toward a career in research and academia. Aside from research, I love to cook and bake; I am also a dog mom to a very energetic and sassy Australian Cattle Dog named Piper.