Analia Marzoratti is a Ph.D. student working with Tanya Evans. She is interested in examining how specific differences in children’s early environments (such as those linked to poverty) affect patterns in their brain activity, cognitive strategies, and learning processes. Her goal is to identify how we can translate knowledge about the brain gained in a neuroscience lab to help promote educational practices that are shaped around accommodating children’s unique learning processes. She aims to make findings in developmental cognitive neuroscience accessible to practitioners, policymakers, and community-members to facilitate building a more equitable education system based on an understanding of neurobiology, the nature of learning, and the unique needs of the children it serves.
B.S., University of Texas at Dallas, 2021