RIT-RISE Scientists-in-Training Series: My Journey to Becoming a Deaf Neuroscientist as well as Studying Exercise and Schizophrenia

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“My Journey to Becoming a Deaf Neuroscientist as well as Studying Exercise and Schizophrenia” presented by Victoria Popov, M.S. [photo of Victoria Popov smiling] RIT/NTID alumna Victoria Popov, a second-year PhD student at the University of Rochester, will discuss her non-traditional journey to becoming a deaf computational neuroscientist, as well as her passion for and work on uncovering the underlying neurophysiological cognitive-motor mechanisms in humans with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

The RISE Program continues the Fall 2021 Scientists-in-Training Seminar (SITS) Series on Wednesday, September 22nd from 1:30-2:30pm. Victoria Popov will share her journey and studies in computational neuroscience. Additionally, an informal Q&A chat will be held after the presentation from 2:30-3:00pm for participants to engage with the presenter and other attendees about the title topics or other questions from the presentation.

RIT/NTID alumna Victoria Popov, a second-year PhD student at the University of Rochester, will discuss her non-traditional journey to becoming a deaf computational neuroscientist, as well as her passion for and work on uncovering the underlying neurophysiological cognitive-motor mechanisms in humans with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.


Contact
Kit Kenyon
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When and Where
September 22, 2021
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Room/Location: Zoom
Who

Open to the Public

Cost
FREE
Interpreter Requested?

Yes

Topics
alumni
deaf community
research
student experience
women