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Shenandoah Wrobel

NeuroTech Trainee

Shenandoah Wrobel

Bioengineering
mood, whole-brain imaging, noninvasive brain interfaces

Shenandoah graduated from Vassar College in 2018 with a BA in Mathematics and Neuroscience, and in 2019 received a B.Eng. from Dartmouth College in Biomedical Engineering. Now working on her PhD in Bioengineering at Stanford, in the lab of Karl Deisseroth, her research interests lie in using neurotech to explore brain-wide states associated with mood, emotions, and subjective experience. Shenandoah also aims to develop noninvasive methods for interfacing with the brain.