Gina Mantica is a PhD Candidate in Biology at Tufts University, where she uses the zebra finch as a model for examining how the basal ganglia, a part of the brain important for the coordination of movement, affects behavioral variability. She graduated from Smith College with a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences.
PhD Candidate in Biology, Tufts University
Smith College, Biological Sciences
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