Triangle Talks with Leah Friedman

Photo courtesy: Leah Friedman Triangle Talks: Tell me about your custom-designed major. Leah Friedman: I’m a custom-designed major in neuroscience—I’m actually playing with maybe calling it cognitive neuroscience? I’m more interested in the cognition aspect of neuro than the cellular and molecular. But, for now we’ll just call it neuroscience. It’s a combination of psychology courses, biology courses, all the basic sciences and some computer science. I’m trying to find ways to include the cognitive aspect of things more into my curriculum or do it through extracurricular somehow, like lab work. TT: Speaking of lab work, you participated in the Students Tackling Advanced Research Program this past summer at Drexel. What did you research there and how did that research apply to your major? LF: What I did through STAR…


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