Tamara Galoyan, PhD, is Assistant Research Professor in the School of Education at Drexel University. She also serves as Founding Co-Director of Education, Learning, and Brain Sciences (E -LaBS) Research Collaborative and Research Associate at Freddie Reisman Center for Translational Research in Creativity and Motivation at Drexel University. Tamara earned her Ph.D. degree in Educational Leadership and Learning Technologies from Drexel University. Tamara completed her two-year postdoctoral training at the University of Utah’s College of Education, Department of Educational Psychology. Tamara’s research is multidisciplinary and lies at the intersection of Learning Sciences, neuroeducation, Mind, Brain, and Education Science, STEM education, and online and blended learning. She has more than a decade of experience in teaching, education research, instructional design, curriculum development, evaluation, and training in the context of higher education, PreK-12, and continuous workplace learning. Tamara has expertise in mixed methods, qualitative, and quantitative methodologies. She also works as Research Consultant for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she conducts research on innovation in medical education, including design, implementation, and evaluation of virtual medical training programs for healthcare professionals in low- and-middle-income countries.