Signal and Noise in Behavioral Neuroscience

Boki Wang is a 4th year PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University, where she is studying neuromodulation of motor learning. Boki holds a pluralistic (holistic as she calls it) perspective to study brain-behavior relationships, and is especially interested in understanding behavioral and neural data. Her personal scientific mission is to apply research to improve sports performance for athletes and teams, with special interest in women’s basketball. 

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