- Fluid Interfaces
Kathleen Esfahany is an alumna of MIT, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Computation and Cognition. From 2019 to 2023, she was an undergraduate research assistant in the Fluid Interfaces group. Kathleen has collaborated extensively with Adam Haar Horowitz, a graduate alum and postdoctoral associate in the group, on projects in the intersection of sleep, dreams, and creativity. Following her graduation from MIT, Kathleen matriculated at Harvard University to pursue a PhD in Neuroscience.
For more about Kathleen and her work, please visit https://www.knesfahany.com