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Winston graduated with a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Computer Science from Florida State University in 2016. During his time at FSU, his research involved designing process control systems for crystallization reactions at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. He led a team to compete in the Biomedical Engineering Society Coulter College Translational Program and received the award of “Top TAVI Design”. Winston also placed in the top 3 at the 2014 FAMU-FSU College of Engineering Microsoft Coding Competition. His undergraduate research culminated in the successful defense of an Honors in the Major Thesis. He is now pursuing a Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. in the Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience.
Winston’s research interests involve the use of functional imaging to better understand movement disorders in the hope of discovering new biomarkers that can severely improve the effectiveness of functional imaging in the diagnostic process. He is currently involved in studies using diffusion magnetic resonance imaging to better understand the biomarkers that characterize Essential tremor.