Advisor: Peter Rebeiro
BA, Chemistry and Psychology (minor in Mathematics), Washington & Jefferson College
Research interests include: pharmacokinetics, electrophysiology, cognitive disorders, clinical trials
Activities include: Biostatistics Graduate Student Association first-year liaison, 2022–2023; treasurer, 2023–2024
Over the course of three internships – one at Vanderbilt and two at Duke – Yazdani worked on a variety of projects, studying neurodevelopment in animals, cognitive diseases, electrophysiology, and the impacts of drugs. “Paternal THC Exposure in Rats Causes Long-Lasting Neurobehavioral Effects in the Offspring,” a paper on one of her projects at Duke, was published in the Neurotoxicology & Teratology Journal.