Gina Rhee

Gina was an undergraduate research assistant in the Ances lab from 2015-2017. While pursuing a BA in neuroscience at Washington University, she initially joined the lab as a data entrant and test administrator. She quickly developed an interest HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND), and she was involved in several projects investigating changes in cognition and sleep in individuals with HAND. Currently, she is attending medical school at Washington University where she has maintained a strong interest in the study of neurological disorders.