November 16, 2017
Neuroscience grad student Kaitlyn Casimo makes neural engineering understandable and accessible.
In addition to conducting her own research on brain-computer interfaces, Kaitlyn Casimo is helping to make neural engineering easier to understand for high school students and the general public.
To say that Kaitlyn Casimo has a passion for science would be an understatement, as evidenced by both her educational focus and volunteer activities. Casimo holds an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Pomona College, where she also minored in theater and psychology. She is currently a fifth-year doctoral student in our Graduate Program in Neuroscience.
Check out the online course Kaitlyn created, Introduction to Neural Engineering.