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Anurag Nasa

Medical Student, Trinity College Dublin

My research revolves around using neuroimaging to virtually dissect tracts in the brain. This will help me potentially elucidate pathophysiological changes during Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and create a scaffold for further research into the tracts I'm investigating.
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Jin Zhe Ang

Medical Student, Trinity College Dublin

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Joel McKeever (He/Him)

Student Employability Officer, Trinity College Dublin

Joel is the Student Employability Officer and supports the development of Careers activities, in particular the Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Programme, and the Trinity Employability Awards. He is a graduate of Trinity, receiving a B.A in English Studies and a Master in Arts from the University. Joel has been actively engaged in the campus community over the years, contributing to a variety of projects related to developing world quality support services for students, and advocating to ensure Trinity’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Prior to joining the Careers Service, Joel worked with the Office of Global Relations in introducing the Campus Visit and Global Room programmes, and in Academic Registry as Communications, HR and Admin Manager with a focus on improving the online and in-person student experience. Joel is the founder and former Chair (2016-2018) of Trinity’s LGBT Staff Network.
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Administrative Coordinator, Tufts University

Research and Academic Administration
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Lewys Jones

Ussher Assistant Professor in Ultramicroscopy, Trinity College Dublin

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Camilla Persello

Student, Trinity College Dublin

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Lorenzo Molinari (he/him)

Student, University College London (UCL)

Hi! I am Lorenzo and I am an Engineering Undergraduate student at University College London. In my Laidlaw experience I specialised in Autism Research, from a psychological and engineering perspective, investigating perceptual load capacity and early diagnosis technique using novel medical imaging techniques. I am very passionate about innovative economics, education and technology - let's chat! :)
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Daniel Hall

4th Year Engineering Student, Trinity College Dublin