Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Dr. Barbara C. Jobst
Template-matching Spike Detection Algorithm
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Master of Health Science in Mental Health
Bachelor of Science in Biological & Psychology
Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation to Entrain Epileptic Brain Rhythms
Python, R, MATLAB
Volunteer at Jack Bryne Center for Palliative & Hospice Care
Volunteer at the Upper Valley Senior Center
PEMM 212: Neurosciences II, QBS 136: Applied Epidemiological Methods I, QBS 137: Applied Epidemiological Methods II, QBS 132: Molecular Biologic Markers in Human Health Studies, QBS 132.5: Molecular Biologic Markers in Human Health Studies Lab
- Self-management practices associated with the overall quality of life for adults with epilepsy (DHMC Annual Neurology Research Day, 2018, Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA)
- Self-management for persons with epilepsy (Northern New England Neurological Society, 2018, Maine, USA)
"My research is focused on developing novel methods for noninvasive neuromodulation, in order reduce epileptic activity."
"I choose QBS because of its interdisciplinary focus."
Life @ Dartmouth
WHEN I AM NOT IN LAB...
"I am Ziggying!"