Marina P. Gross

NFS Fellow

Marina P. Gross is a doctoral student in Ian Dobbins’ Memory & Decision Making Lab. Using pupillometry and behavioral measures, Marina investigates memory processes, how they relate to our conceptualization of attention or cognitive load, and how we can use pupil dilations to observe how we learn and forget information. Besides her scholastic work, Marina uses her research skills to assess systems, consult on improving transparency on campus policies, and is a change agent working towards increased diversity, inclusion, and equitable conditions for all campus members. Currently, Marina serves on WashU's Board of Trustees as a graduate student representative. 

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