Maral Kasiri is a PhD student in Sanger lab at University of California, Irvine. She received her B.S. with honors in Biomedical Engineering from Tehran Polytechnic University in 2016 and received her M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from USC in 2018. Her focus is understanding the signal transmission in the brain during movement, in addition to exploring human motor control from information theory perspective. Additionally, she has worked on analyzing the effects of artificial sensory feedback (vibrotactile) on motor learning in children with neuromuscular disorders, specifically dystonia, and assessed the effect of sensory deficit in skill learning in these children.