Ashley Malkin is a sophomore at Greenwich High School. Her research interests focus on the intersection of artificial intelligence and neuroscience, and she is passionate about developing neurotechnology in a safe, ethical way. Her research project Development of a Readily Accessible Machine Learning Diagnostic for Early-Stage Mild TBI Using Eye Tracking Methods was designed to reduce bias and won a Grand Award in Translational Medicine at Regeneron ISEF 2022. She’s been honored for her writing and speaking on neuroethics by the NIH and IBRO. She is the founder of ScienceGirls!, a free STEM mentorship program to inspire girls to explore science and technology. In her free time, Ashley enjoys creative writing, playing squash, and curling up on the beach with a good book.