Claire Campbell earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior from the University of California, Davis in 2014.
She plans on earning a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience researching cognitive function and how/why it is altered, by things such as events, environmental factors, or disease, She wants to utilize statistical modeling, imaging techniques (fMRI), and probability analyses, along with theories and concepts from psychology, systems neuroscience, and cognitive science to understand what the data is telling her about the psychology and biology.
Working at UCLA, UC Davis, and USC has given her extensive research experience. Her involvement collaborating, organizing and running studies, conducting statistical modeling analyses, and writing and collaborating on papers has prepared her to take the next step of attending graduate school. It will allow her to gain additional valuable experience and learn novel techniques to become a leading researcher who collaborates and adds to the research community.
Currently, she is working on graduate school applications, publishing results, and presenting findings at the Society for Neuroscience Conference (2018).
Feel free to review her Curriculum Vitae below for more details on the work from above and her other accomplishments.