Sarah Gostlin

Sarah Gostlin

Sarah was a Psychology student at McGill University. Her research interests included neural circuit dysfunction in psychiatric illnesses and associated neurological changes that lead to difficulties in processing environmental stimuli. She completed her second thesis at BRAMS under the supervision of Dr. Jorge Armony by  examining the modulatory effects of spatial location and trait-depression on the judgment of emotional auditory stimuli.

In April 2022, she started a new position as Researcher Phd Candidate at Neuroimmunology, Stress & Endocrinology Lab at University of Ottawa.

icon Affiliation: Dr. J. Armony Lab

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