Sarah Izzo '15
Sarah Izzo '15

Sarah Izzo ’15 recently presented summer research from a Levitt Center Research Grant at the Atlanta Neuroethics Consortium Conference, “Neuro-Interventions and the Law Conference: Regulating Human Mental Capacity.” Izzo is a neuroscience major at Hamilton.

At the student poster session she presented her poster titled “Another Problem with fMRI Lie-Detection: Lack of Generalizability from Subject Populations.” The research for her Levitt Grant and this poster was done in conjunction with the Massachusetts General Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior in Boston.

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