Krista Roze is currently a junior at Boston College studying neuroscience. She works as a research assistant at Boston College’s Memory Modulation Lab, where she runs behavioral experiments as part of the lab’s cognitive neuroscience research on memory. Alongside her studies, she is also involved in the Latvian-American community. She teaches 4th graders at the Boston Latvian School in Brookline about topics in Latvian grammar, reading, and writing, and participates in the Boston Latvian folk dancing group. Krista is excited to learn about the workings of clinical neuropsychology during her time at BNS. Through her work, she hopes to deepen her understanding of the intersection of neuroscience and psychology.