My research interests are diverse and varied and constantly evolving. They include the use of Neurofeedback as supplemental treatment when treating children and adolescents with Anxiety and ADHD. As well as cell migration and cell response to wounding, more specifically studying the recovery of cells on electrodes after wounding.
Vida Maksimoska is currently a newly hired research associate at Exciton technologies, focused on developing materials and products for prevention and control of infection.
She has also been a research assistant and coordinator for a novel Neurofeedback study at Micheal Garron Hospital and is currently helping out part-time with a cell migration project at Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute affiliated with St Michael's Hospital. She is a recent graduate from the University of Toronto where she obtained a honors Bachelors in Science, studying Human Biology and French in her undergraduate. Vida is excited to continue her education and further her professional and personal careers with the translational research program.