Lab Manager & Research Assistant
Elizabeth received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Iowa in 2021 where she researched the twitching movements that occur during REM sleep in mice and rats at developmental ages. Her current research interests focus on how different environments affect cognition, emotion, and development. Furthermore, she is interested in the affects that environmental neuroscience can have on policy and its implications for diverse populations, specifically immigrants. Elizabeth is currently working on multiple projects in the lab, including the replication of results to other countries and cities.