Grace Wellington

Grace Wellington

Hi! My name is Grace Wellington and I am currently studying a Masters in Neuroscience at the University College of London. Originally, I am from Cardiff, South Wales and grew up alongside two older brothers. I have a keen interest in a diversity of neuroscientific research such as neuroeducation and neurodegenerative disorders to which I regularly submit / collaborate on manuscripts for publication. Likewise, I volunteer for both Alzheimer's and Diabetes UK. In my spare time, I love to play the guitar, compete in running challenges and write music. As a mentor, I look forward to showing future neuroscientists just how exciting and rewarding the field is!


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The Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Advancement of Individualized Learning in Children

The Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Advancement of Individualized Learning in Children


Introduction The coincidence of neuroscience and AI has largely been commented on by cognitive neuroscientists as synergistic and mutually beneficial in aid of educational development and enrichment in children. Within the last century, the use of neuroscientific research and AI to meet governmental, educational standards, have been reported in ...

Long-Term Synaptic Plasticity: How We Learn, Fear, and Remember

Long-Term Synaptic Plasticity: How We Learn, Fear, and Remember


Abstract How does a person learn, fear, and remember? The discovery of long-term potentiation (LTP) and long-term depression (LTD) in neuroscience has enhanced understanding of these processes. The facilitation between two neurons involving an activity-dependent increase in synaptic strength can induce not only pre- and postsynaptic neuronal mod...