Neuroscience Student Liaisons

Sanjna Battepati ’24

I am a junior Neuroscience major from Seattle, WA. I’m interested in neurodegenerative diseases and cancer research. I love to hike and bake, and I am on the Pomona-Pitzer swim team.

Taryn Kaneko ’24

I am a senior Neuroscience major and Anthropology minor from Mililani, HI. I’m interested in neurodegenerative disorders and medical ethics. On campus, I am involved in HealthBridges, I play on the Pomona-Pitzer women's soccer team, and I conduct research as a thesis student in the Glater lab.

Precious Omomofe ’24

I am a senior Neuroscience major. I'm from Chicago, Chicago POSSE 16. I love to nap, dance, and watch different kinds of documentaries including murder ones. I love a good conversation so if you see me, say hi.

Grace Chang ’25

I am a junior Neuroscience and Computer Science double major from Tokyo, Japan. I’m interested in neurodegenerative diseases and computational neuroscience. On campus, you can find me at the Oldenborg language tables, doing machine learning projects for P-ai club, and conducting research in the King lab. I also enjoy exploring new places and watching movies with friends.

Serena Lin ’25

I am a junior Neuroscience major from Los Angeles, CA. On campus, I work as a Sage Fellow and I do research in the Gaming and Interactive Technologies lab at CGU. I’m interested in the role of social connection in healthy memory and aging, especially in intergenerational contexts. I am also fascinated by User Experience (UX) design and entrepreneurship, and enjoy writing poems, playing the clarinet, and crafting.

Sokhna Lo ’25

I am a junior Neuroscience major from Winston-Salem, NC. I love playing and watching volleyball, drawing, and enjoy many different genres of film and music. I am interested in pediatric glioblastoma research and increasing healthcare access to low-income communities.

Ethan Markel ’25

I am a junior Neuroscience major from Las Vegas, NV. I’m interested in studying the mechanisms of neurogenesis and neuroplasticity, as well as neurodegenerative disease. Outside of classes, I volunteer with the 5C Science Bus, teaching science lessons at a local elementary school. I enjoy playing the cello, biking, and watching the Vegas Golden Knights.