Victoria Xin is an undergraduate at Stanford University working in the laboratory of Jennifer Raymond. Her research group studies the neural mechanisms of learning from sensory input to encoding and plasticity to altered behavior based on memory. Victoria’s work focuses on the vestibulo-ocular reflex system within the cerebellum. Specifically, she investigates gain consolidation after vestibular stimulation within mouse models under different environmental conditions through the usage of magnetic eye tracking technology alongside Trace Stay. She has also conducted research in cardiovascular clinical trial analysis at the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute under Ahmed Hasan. Currently majoring in human biology at Stanford, Victoria is interested in neuroscience, medicine and physiology.
Mentor: Trace Stay