Pain and Neuroinflammation Imaging Lab

Julia Bialobrzewski

Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a current undergraduate senior studying Biology, with a specialization in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, at Boston University on the path to graduating a semester early in January 2023. Throughout my time in college, I have worked as a volunteer at Maimonides hospital in NYC watching over mostly geriatric patients and assisting with any of their needs. I have also worked at a dental clinic, interacting with hundreds of patients every day and assisting doctors/technicians with contacting patients, organizing schedules, booking appointments, etc. The field of medicine and patient care have always been of great interest to me; post-graduation, I hope to be accepted into medical school and become a successful physician/surgeon (with great interest in becoming a plastic surgeon).

As my first-ever internship, I am eager to be working at the Loggia Lab and learning from my peers about neuroscience in general and particularly observing changes in the brain through various brain-imaging techniques in patients experiencing chronic pain. I’m looking forward to assisting with any part of the multiple projects at the Loggia Lab and gaining valuable research experience and shaping my social skills throughout the process!