Orren Arad-Neeman continued her internship for a second year this summer at I-LABS. Her first year at Pomona College peaked her interest in Linguistics and Computer Science, so she worked closely with Liv Wrobleweski on a project modeling and labeling MEG data. Her work at I-LABS contributed to the improvement of MRI and MEG analyses for child participants and continues to guide her academic interests.
Elizabeth “Lizzie” Krawczak, a rising sophomore at Pitzer College, came to I-LABS with an interest in neuroscience and the dissemination of research to the broader community. She worked closely with the Translation, Outreach, and Education division to present science materials and she also provided support to the I-LABS “Brain Team” by working on a template of the infant brain based on MEG and MRI data.
Kennedy Poore participated in an I-LABS summer internship as an incoming senior at Mercer Island High School. With an interest in both research and outreach, she worked on projects related to speech perception, social-emotional development, and brain imaging techniques such as MRI and MEG. She concluded her internship with a summary presentation showcasing her involvement at I-LABS.