Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto

Massa is a Bachelor of Science student pursuing a specialist in neuroscience and a minor in professional writing and communication at the University of Toronto. She is an aspiring researcher who is passionate about the brain’s neuroplasticity and effective science communication. Aside from her fascination with the brain and its wonders, she is a reader, writer, and visual artist.

Posts By Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto

Changing Seasons and Your Brain: Does Autumn Make You Smarter?

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     24, Oct 2022

Insulin and the Brain: How Food Can Reduce Your Risk of Cognitive Decline

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     18, Jul 2022

How to Use Muscle Memory to Your Advantage

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     06, Jun 2022

The Science of Visualization: Can Imagining Your Goals Make You More Likely To Accomplish Them?

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     24, May 2022

The Gut Microbiome: A Second Brain

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     25, Apr 2022

Circadian Rhythms: Listening to Our Internal Cues

Massa Mohamed Ali, HBSc Candidate, University of Toronto   |     14, Mar 2022

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