Meet Emily.

I received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Victoria (UVic) in 2013. While I was a student at UVic I volunteered and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Psychology as well as the Centre for Autism Technology, Research, and Education (CARTE) and for the Director of the Centre on Aging, as well as at the Victoria Data Collection Site for the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA). After graduating, I moved to Vancouver where I worked for a number of technology startups. I joined NINET in Spring 2016 and am currently working on a project that looks at using neuropsychological testing as a predictive measure for rTMS treatment response in depressed patients.