Carnegie Mellon University

LiMN @ CMU Laboratory

Carnegie Mellon Neuroscience Institute

Jasmine Kwasa

Jasmine Kwasa

Postdoctoral Researcher

5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


Jasmine Kwasa is a friendly and energetic post-doc in the Neuroscience Institute, co-advised by Pulkit Grover and funded by the NIH D-SPAN F99/K00 award. She earned her Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from CMU in May 2021 and received her M.S. from Boston University and B.S. from Washington University in St. Louis, both in Biomedical Engineering. Her research in the Shinn-Cunningham group focuses on identifying neural correlates of spatial auditory and visual selective attention using EEG and machine learning. Dr. Kwasa is also working on developing inclusive neurotechnologies, including EEG for coarse, curly hair and optical technologies for melanated skin and writing ethics articles about racial inclusivity in neurotechnologies. In her free time, Jasmine is a dance fitness instructor, public educator, and community volunteer. She is particularly passionate in promoting STEM education to young women of color in her local communities. Twitter: @JasmineKwasa