Brief description of research: In the Kitamoto Neurogenetics lab, my project investigates the neural structure and nociception of a fly mutant model. In the Plumert Cognitive Psychology lab, my project aims at understanding difference in parent-child communication modes between mothers and fathers.
I love undergraduate research because it challenges me to ask good questions and understand the world from a rational perspective. I first came into contact with ICRU when I was selected to receive an ICRU research fellowship. The support from ICRU allowed me to conduct research and receive mentoring from top-notch professors and scientists.
I enjoy traveling and meeting people from diverse backgrounds and cultures.