Camila is currently a junior at West Virginia University pursuing a degree in Neuroscience. Her primary research interest focuses on using both neuroscience and computational algorithms to understand the evolution of the nervous system and the driving forces behind behavior. After completing her statistics classes, she realized the power that programming could have in the analysis of data within the Neuroscience field. She has experience conducting different types of research including traumatic brain injuries, strokes, and currently works on a project involving genetics and their effect on motor control in fruit flies. Her ultimate goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in neuroscience, where she plans to conduct research that models biological systems and their effects on behavior. In her free time, she enjoys reading, working out, and watching movies.