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Caitlin Gilbert

Caitlin is a graduate student in Rockefeller's Jarvis lab, and a data visualization enthusiast.

Caitlin Gilbert is a PhD student in Erich Jarvis’ lab, which uses zebra finches to study how language is acquired and specialized in the brain. She studies how epigenetic patterns in the bird brain allow them to sing and how similar patterns in the human brain allow us to communicate with each other. Outside of lab, Caitlin is writing fiction, scoring films, playing piano, eating ramen, drinking bubble tea, or telling people about said ramen/bubble tea.

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