Research Student Published in the International Youth Neurological Association
Research Student Published in the International Youth Neurological Association
 
Research Student Published in the International Youth Neurological Association
Congratulations to Gabriele Barrocas, Class of 2023, who has been published in the International Youth Neurological Association Journal. Her article is titled "Age-Dependent Anatomical Abnormalities of the Amygdala in Autism Spectrum Disorder and their Implications for Altered Socio-Emotional Development."
 
The International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA) is a global nonprofit dedicated to inspiring the next generation of neuroscientists. Their mission is to introduce students to the excitement of scientific inquiry and enable them to explore the wonders of the brain. They represent 125 countries, have 615 chapters, and over 8,750 members.
 
The American Heritage Schools Science Research Institute is a high-level program that has been created for gifted students to work with university-quality Biosafety Level 2 (BSL-2) labs. In our research facilities, students find solutions for current medical issues prevalent in our world. Students also learn cutting-edge lab techniques, accurate record-keeping, computer skills, data analysis, and technical writing. In addition, they learn how to interact with scientists who are experts in their field and conduct science seminars as they present their proposals and research findings to their peers.
 
American Heritage Schools' vision is to give these students an authentic research experience and the opportunity to conduct university-level research.
 
Click here to read more about Gabriele Barrocas’ article as published in the International Youth Neurological Association Journal: https://ahschool.info/Gabriel-Barrocas-Published-2022
 
Research Student Published in the International Youth Neurological Association