Associate Research Specialist
Alexandra Rosser, who goes by Sasha, is a research specialist with a background in behavioral economics, neuroscience, and informatics. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at George Mason University in 2011. Since, she accepted a postbaccalaureate research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health where she studied the evolution of the genes underlying addiction. From 2016 forward, she has worked in various domains of qualitative research at the Wisconsin Center for Education Research and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Surgery with a focus on automated natural language processing of discourse related to surgical education and patient-provider interactions. As of 2019, she also manages the transcription team for the Wisconsin Surgical Outcomes Research (WiSOR) program’s Qualitative Core.
- BS, Neuroscience, George Mason University, 2011