Cognition, Perception, and Cognitive Neuroscience
Hannah Grotzinger received her B.A. in Neuroscience from Middlebury College in 2016. After graduation she moved to Boston and worked as a research assistant in Dr. John Gabrieli's lab at MIT and also as the head women's water polo coach at Boston College. She began her graduate studies in 2020 under the mentorship of Dr. Emily Jacobs.
I am interested in using neuroimaging methods (primarily MRI) to research the relationship between sex hormones and whole brain functional connectivity and structure. In particular, I want to explore this relationship during major life stages including menopause and puberty, as well as over the course of the menstrual cycle, to better understand how sex hormones influence cognitive processing.
[Sex hormones, whole brain functional connectivity, cognition, cerebellar structure and function]