Sarah Buehler

Sarah Buehler is a former MSc student in Cognitive Neuroscience (UCL), with a background in social science interested in gaining a better understanding of our brains ability to change throughout life. Previously studying the boundaries of brain plasticity using hand augmentation with the Third Thumb, Sarah is now with the Plasticity Lab as a Research Assistant working on the fMRI component of the BOLDkids project trying to understand the origins of motor development, adaptive behaviour and cortical reorganisation in a unique group of children with upper limb differences.
Sarah Buehler
Sarah Buehler is a former MSc student in Cognitive Neuroscience (UCL), with a background in social science interested in gaining a better understanding of our brains ability to change throughout life. Previously studying the boundaries of brain plasticity using hand augmentation with the Third Thumb, Sarah is now with the Plasticity Lab as a Research Assistant working on the fMRI component of the BOLDkids project trying to understand the origins of motor development, adaptive behaviour and cortical reorganisation in a unique group of children with upper limb differences.