Sharmila is a MSc student in Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour. She completed her BSc (Hons) in Neuroscience at Brock University. Previously, during her undergraduate degree, she studied axillary perspiratory and salivary steroid hormones released across the female menstrual cycle. Sharmila’s current research is on the improving auditory alarms on a variety of acoustic parameters. Specifically, she will be investigating the role of amplitude modulation on reducing auditory alarm confusion errors in the medical settings.
Awards and Recognitions
Dean’s List, Brock University (2014, 2016-2017).
Dr. Cora M Briant Bursary for Women (2015-2017). $3,474
Brock University Scholars Awards (2013-2014, 2016). $1,650
Inquiring Minds, Match of Minds Award (2015). $4,500
May 2017. Southern Ontario Neuroscience Association (SONA) Meeting. St. Catharines, ON. Muir, C., Sreetharan, S., Lee, J.-A., Mannaga, S., & Nour, H. Comparison of Salivary and Axillary Perspiratory Testosterone, Cortisol, and Estradiol Levels Across the Female Menstrual Cycle.