Jasmine is a graduate student in the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at Northwestern University. She earned her BS in Neuroscience from University of Illinois at Chicago, where she studied sleep and circadian rhythms. Jasmine enjoys exploring the mind through both her research and creative passions, such as writing and making music. She is most interested in how humans connect and relate to one another, and the factors that facilitate or interfere with such behaviors. She approaches her research with a creative eye and is driven to design projects that observe behavior in as naturalistic a setting as possible. Jasmine believes that through both art and science we more deeply understand ourselves, engage with the world authentically, and bring positive change to our communities.
This profile was last updated on December 13, 2020