Danielle is a MS Bioinformatics student graduating Fall 2020. She received her BS in Neuroscience from Georgia Tech summa cum laude Fall 2019. She has spent three semesters on the GT Neuroscience Club board as secretary, as well as served as a mentor for GT's EXCEL Program. In addition, she helped establish Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) at Georgia Tech, a make-a-thon for affordable solutions to neglected challenges of people living with disabilities. In her free time, Danielle likes to hang with friends, explore Atlanta, travel, and discover the best ice cream shop in Georgia!
As an undergrad, Danielle worked in Dr. Lewis Wheaton's Cognitive Motor Control Lab for three semesters. She joined the Cope Lab her senior year and is still currently with them. Danielle's current project in the Cope Lab focuses on how limb position information from distinct muscles is encoded through cohesively using a robotic arm with a rat's hindlimb.
Interests: Data Analytics, Neurophysiology, Motor Development, Motor Learning, Personalized Medicine