Rosie received a B.S. in Neuroscience with high honors from Brandeis University in May 2013. At Brandeis, she completed her honors thesis using using immunohistochemistry to study circadian neuronal changes in the brains of Drosophila melanogaster. After Brandeis, she joined the Center for Pain and the Brain (PAIN Research Group) at Boston Children’s Hospital as a research assistant, where she primarily managed their adult migraine multi-modal MRI project. Rosie is currently a master’s candidate in Clinical Investigation at the School of Medicine at Boston University. She joined the PNL in January 2017 to contribute to the analysis of the DETECT NFL and INTRuST datasets. She plans on completing her master’s thesis on one of these projects.