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About Anastasia Sares


Anastasia graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor's degree in Biological sciences. There, she participated in research on synaptic transmission in the Reist Laboratory as well as fMRI research on music processing in the Seger Laboratory. Anastasia is now a PhD student at McGill University in the Integrated Program in Neuroscience and is a member of the ABCD Lab, and is interested in the intersection between language and music processing.

Publication highlights

Spiering, B. J., Sares, A. G., Thaut, M., Alpeter, C., Quraini, S. I., & Seger, C. A. Corticostriatal Contributions to Musical Expectancy Perception. (Under review at J Cognitive Neuro).

Mace, K. E., Biela L. M., Sares, A. G., & Reist, N. E. (2009). Synaptotagmin I stabilizes synaptic vesicles via its C2A polylysine motif. Genesis, 47(5) 337-45. doi: 10.1002/dvg.20502