Ph.D., Biology: Anatomy & Neurobiology, UCI, 2017 expected
BA, Neuroscience, Pomona College, 2013
Proprioception and motor learning after stroke via neuroimaging
Morgan Ingemanson is a doctoral candidate in Anatomy & Neurobiology working under Seven Cramer, MD, and David Reinkensmeyer, Ph.D., in the School of Medicine at UCI. In her research, Morgan uses robots to help patients with stroke regain arm and hand function. She is investigating the effects that robotic assistance has on motor learning and characterizing the role that sensory feedback plays during the rehabilitation process. In addition to writing for the Loh Down on Science, Morgan does clinical marketing and scientific copywriting for a neuroscience-based medical device company. Morgan will complete her Ph.D. in June 2017.