Through her research and volunteering, Rebecca Ehrenkranz is hoping to aid those around her

Rebecca Ehrenkranz volunteers with Repair the World Pittsburgh. Photo courtesy of Repair the World Pittsburgh

Those seeking a healthy brain stand to benefit from Rebecca Ehrenkranz’s research.

For the past three years, the University of Pittsburgh graduate student and Squirrel Hill resident has investigated the neural correlates of well-being in older adults. By analyzing data and detecting patterns in brain activity, Ehrenkranz is hoping to learn more about cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease and healthy aging.

Read the full interview about her research/volunteer work by the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle →

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