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Nicole (she/her) received her BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2016 and a MS in Health Psychology from the University of Michigan-Dearborn in 2018. As a masters student, she worked in the Psychiatric Affective Neuroimaging Laboratory with Israel Liberzon, MD and in the Sleep and Chronophysiology Laboratory with J. Todd Arnedt, PhD in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan. Nicole joined the Stanford Memory Lab in the Departments of Psychology and Neurology at Stanford University led by Anthony Wagner, PhD and the Mormino Lab led by Elizabeth Mormino, PhD in June 2018 to explore the memory mechanisms behind neurodegenerative disease. Nicole has since joined the Day Lab led by John W. Day, MD, PhD in the Department of Neurology at Stanford University in 2022 as a data and imaging research scientist to continue exploring neurological disease with the hopes of obtaining a PhD in the future. In addition to her research, she is also a grant writer for faculty affiliated with the Department of Medicine's Team Science hub.