ANNA MINARIK

Clinical Research Coordinator

I first became interested in Neuroscience research in high school when I got to participate in a summer internship at a Spinal Cord Injury research lab. Through this experience I saw how basic cellular research could be translated to helping enhance the lives of human beings. This inspired me to become part of the scientific community that took what was happening in the lab, and translated it to a clinical setting.

My work in the Translational Neuroimaging Lab will focus on the disconnected hemisphere as a possible island of awareness in patients with hemispherotomy and how it interacts with the outside world.

Background

2022-present   Clinical Research Coordinator in the Translational Neuroimaging Lab, University of Bonn Medical Center, Germany

2021-2022   Research Assistant, Blood-Brain Barrier Lab, Dalhousie University, Canada

2018-2022   Bachelor of Science: Honours in Neuroscience, Dalhousie University, Canada

Funding & Awards

2021   NSERC Undergraduate Research Award Dalhousie University, Canada

2018   Schulich Leader STEM Scholarship Dalhousie University, Canada

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