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Thank you: Pooja

Pooja is one of the lab’s graduating seniors. We are excited to see what the future holds for her but before she goes we had a few questions for her.

Question: What are your plans for the upcoming year and beyond?
Pooja: I will be graduating in May with a dual degree in Neuroscience and Psychology. I plan on applying to doctorate programs for physical therapy beginning in the summer.
Question: What was your favorite thing about being a part of the lab?
Pooja: My favorite aspect of being part of the lab was my involvement with data collection and analysis. As a research assistant, I have gained a whole new appreciation for the importance of research to scientific advancements. I enjoy being able to teach others what I have learned about the significance of adult and infant visual working memory.
Question: How has the lab impacted your college experience?
 Pooja: Being a research assistant has been an integral part of my undergraduate experience. The infant visual cognition lab has given me insight to share ideas with my peers. My fellow research assistants have made great confidants and I know I have made friendships to last a lifetime. I am so thankful for the opportunity to work in the infant visual cognition lab and will always remember my time spent here.
We are excited to see what the future has to hold for Pooja. Thank you for your time and all of your work in the lab!

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