Emily Rosenich (@ekrosenich) holds a Bachelor of Psychology with honours and is a current neuroscience PhD candidate at the University of South Australia, supported by a RTP scholarship issued by the Australian Commonwealth Department of Education and Training. With previous research experience in the fields of neurorehabilitation and psychiatry, her current research focuses on disentangling the influence of inter-individual differences on functional and neurophysiological recovery from stroke. She is a passionate advocate for young people in science, an avid sci-fi lover, and continues to be marvelled by the complexity of the human brain.
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