Amanda began working for Kessler Foundation as a Research Assistant in the Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research in January 2019. She also spent her time volunteering in the Behavioral Neuroscience Lab at Seton Hall University, where she conducted her master’s thesis investigating an animal model of compulsive-like alcohol consumption. Upon completion of her degree in Experimental Psychology, Amanda was hired as a Research Coordinator in the Center for Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research. She now works on a series of protocols looking at the effectiveness of different medications on cognitive fatigue in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Amanda looks forward to gaining more experience in neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessment through her current position at Kessler Foundation.