Anabella Tolosa, BSc completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at the Georgia Institute of Technology in December 2021, with a double minor in Health and Medical Sciences and French. During her time there, she studied the role of sleep in associative memory using novel wearable EEG technology. She is currently investigating sleep physiology and memory consolidation in Autism Spectrum Disorder using EEG and wearable neurotechnology.
Nicole Massa, BSc completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Psychology at Trinity College in May 2023. During her time there, she studied value-driven attentional capture as well as the interaction of expectation and attention. She is currently exploring the physiology of sleep-dependent memory consolidation in Autism Spectrum Disorder using wearable EEG devices.
Katie Ostrow, BA completed her Bachelor of Art in Psychology at Middlebury College in May 2023. At Middlebury, she was involved in research surrounding the connection of sleep to mental health as well as how different measures of sleep (i.e. Actigraphy, self-report, etc.) relate to anxiety among college students. She will be examining the effects of auditory stimulation on sleep dependent memory consolidation in patients with schizophrenia.