Ivana Hagos is currently a pre-med student attending college in Texas, who has participated in some extracurricular activities, taking numerous challenges within different fields in addition, and volunteered 150 plus hours at a local hospital. There she assists children with certain disabilities such as communication disorders, congenital disorders, chromosomal abnormalities, and more. She is experienced in both inpatient and outpatient environment facilities.
From January 2013 until May 2014, Ivana served as a NSERL Neuroscience Research Assistant. She worked on place-cell plasticity in Dck-5 knockouts Beta-adrenergic modulation of amygdalo-hippocampal AHP plasticity. As a PH.D student, Ivana worked in the Aging and Memory lab. She also performed surgery every weekend for six or more hours as a Neuroscience Research Assistant.
Additionally, Ivana has taken three years of the Spanish language and speaks Tigrinya. She is also well-versed in public speaking. She is proficient in computer animation, java programming, Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. Ivana Hagos is an avid runner, successfully completing several marathons including two 5ks, one 10k, and a 13.1 run.