Undergraduate Research Assistant
Michelle Ortega is an undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Counseling and Social Change and an Honors Minor in Interdisciplinary studies from the Weber Honors College. She joined BDIL in September of 2017. She mainly works with the Adult Research Study by scoring and assessing Neuropsychological assessments and helping MRI scans. She is also working with the Diffusion Tensor Imaging software “TRACULA” to manifest visual representations of a variety of different white matter tracts in the brain. In the future, she hopes to pursue a Clinical Neuropsychology program and obtain her PhD. She has a passion for Autism and would love to continue to specialize her studies and work in Autism research/treatment.