Annalysa Lovos

Annalysa Lovos

University Fellows Cohort Member, 2019-2020
PhD Student, Psychology
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Pronouns:
she, her, hers

Annalysa is a doctoral student in the Department of Psychology’s Cognition and Neural Systems program. She grew up in Montana and is most recently from Austin, Texas. She earned a BA and a MA degree in Culture and Ecology from the New College of California. Prior to coming to the UA, Annalysa was a research assistant in the Clinical Neuroscience Lab at the University of Texas, Austin, where she conducted cognitive assessments with adults. She has also served as an educator and private tutor at the Austin Waldorf School and provided grant writing support to nonprofit organizations. At the UA, she will focus on human memory across the lifespan and its neural basis. She is especially interested in how people learn, remember, and the impact of sleep patterns on these cognitive processes. She plans to become a professor, but is open to a career as a researcher in a non-academic setting. Annalysa enjoys swimming, gardening, music, film, design, pets, arts and crafts, and, programming.