Victoria Cirone is a MSc student in the Neuroscience Program in Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose’s Aging, Mobility, and Cognitive Health Lab. She completed a BSc in Kinesiology at McMaster University where she did an undergraduate thesis under Dr. Jennifer Heisz’s supervision. This project investigated the effects of exercise intensity on inhibitory control in an ADHD population. Victoria wanted to research the connection between exercise and brain health through the aging process after working in a long-term care home. In her spare time she loves reading, running, and trying new coffee shops!
Aging, Exercise, Brain health