Lea Homer

Lea Homer

Research Coordinator

Lea is a senior lab research assistant who has been working on projects relating to EEG cross frequency coupling (CFC) during sleep for the past two years. She has recently received an NSERC Undergraduate Award to support her research investigating the relationship between EEG CFC during wakefulness and memory. In her free time, she is implicated in more clinical fields, running a mindfulness training program for undergraduate students, or doing harm reduction and intervention work in drug using populations.

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Lea is a senior lab research assistant who has been working on projects relating to EEG cross frequency coupling (CFC) during sleep for the past two years. She has recently received an NSERC Undergraduate Award to support her research investigating the relationship between EEG CFC during wakefulness and memory. In her free time, she is implicated in more clinical fields, running a mindfulness training program for undergraduate students, or doing harm reduction and intervention work in drug using populations.

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