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Brittany graduated in 2018 with B. A. in Psychological Science from Central Connecticut State University. She currently works as a Postgraduate Associate in Dr Benveniste’s research team, focusing on imaging and quantification of perivascular spaces in hypertensive and normotensive rodents using MRI. Brittany has also worked alongside colleagues to analyse glymphatic influx and efflux in hypertensive and normotensive rodent brains. In addition, she has examined varying anaesthetic regimens on compartmental and whole brain volume fluctuations. In the near future, Brittany plans to apply to Neuroscience PhD programs to continue research within the field of neurodegeneration.

Key publications

Koundal S, Elkin R, Nadeem S, et al. Publisher Correction: Optimal Mass Transport with Lagrangian Workflow Reveals Advective and Diffusion Driven Solute Transport in the Glymphatic System. Sci Rep. 2020;10(1):3934. Published 2020 Feb 27. PMID: 32107453

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Yale University