Jarrod Eisma, BS

Jarrod Eisma is a PhD student in the Chemical and Physical Biology program at Vanderbilt. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2020 with a BS in Biomedical Engineering, where his research focused on applying quantitative methods to optimize optical imaging techniques and to differentiate cognitive control mechanisms on their electrophysiological profiles. In the Donahue lab, he is interested in using and developing structural and functional MRI techniques to better understand the glymphatic system in both neurodegenerative and healthy control subjects.