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Mathilda Ryon

BSc student

Mathilda joined the lab during the summer of 2022 to take on an Honours Research course in the last year of her undergraduate degree in Cognitive Science.

She is working on a project originally led by Megan Park: investigating of the consequences of C4A over-expression in transgenic mice using longitudinal MRI and behaviour. The goal of this research is to characterize both anatomical and behavioural correlates of schizophrenia through the impact of the C4A allele of the complement component 4 gene.

Outside of the lab, Mathilda enjoys playing basketball, reading, and visiting new places!