Hannah Baker is a research assistant and animal coordinator in the Neuromodulation Research Center. She provides data collection and research assistance to all projects currently under the NMRC umbrella. She also focuses on developing and implementing new behavioral training paradigms for NMRC research animals and improving animal welfare broadly across the NMRC's research efforts.
Her research interests include behavioral and cognitive neuroscience, neurodegenerative disorders, and animal welfare in research.
2011 - 2015
Psychology, German Studies BA
-University of Vienna
Selective undergraduate coursework in primatology
-University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Selective undergraduate coursework in neuroscience