Office: 172-F Florida Gym, PO Box 118205
Gainesville, FL 32611
Winston is a Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. student in the Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience. He completed his bachelors in Chemical Engineering with 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. Since joining the lab, Winston has received a travel grant to present his work at the Progress in Motor Control Conference XI. In the Fall of 2017 Winston became a fellow on the NINDS T32 on Interdisciplinary Training in Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration [NIH T32-NS082128].
Winston’s research focuses on the use of structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI, fMRI) to develop diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers for movement disorders. He is currently involved in both human and mouse imaging studies that aim to better understand and predict Parkinson’s disease.