Green Hall, Rom 1S5
Sabine Kastner is a Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at Princeton University and a first-generation student. She studies the neural basis of visual perception, attention, and awareness in the healthy, adult primate brain, in patients with brain lesions and during development. As an MD/PhD, Kastner teaches clinically relevant topics in neuroscience. Kastner is passionate about public outreach such as fostering the careers of young women in science, promoting neuroscience in schools and public education and exploring the intersection of visual neuroscience and art. In her spare time, Kastner likes to hike, bike and play the drums.