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Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development

Portrait Plamina Dimanova

Plamina Dimanova, Dr.

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate
  • Developmental Neuroscience
044 634 06 83
Room number
AND 4.15

Plamina Dimanova joined the Jacobs Center for Productive Youth Development in 2020 as a doctoral student in the Developmental Neuroscience Lab, lead by Prof. Nora Raschle. During her PhD, Plamina studied the intergenerational transmission of brain structure from mothers to their children. Her research was also focused on the corticolimbic tract and its association with emotion regulation and well-being outcomes. Currently, she is a postdoctoral research associate and continues the investigation of the normative development of the corticolimbic tract and how factors within the familial or educational context influence children’s brain development and well-being. Additionally, Plamina is personally invested in improving mentorship opportunities within the neuroscience community, both locally and internationally, fostering growth among peers.