CV Christina Regenbogen
Born in 1983 in Tuebingen; she attended 11th grade as an exchange student at Olathe East High School, Kansas City, Kansas, USA and graduated from school in Germany in 2002.
She started studying at the University of Bremen in 2002 and received her pre-degree in June 2004. She then chose Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology as her main subjects.
In 2005 she spent a semester abroad at the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia and took classes in Neuroanatomy and Cognitive Neuroscience.
In 2006 she absolved a six months internship at the Department of Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neurobiology, University of Bremen.
Since January 2007 she is a student assistant at AWO Integra Bremen, taking care of a neurologically impaired client.
From June 2007 to February 2008, she worked as a student assistant for the Department of Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neurobiology, University of Bremen and wrote her diploma thesis about an fMRI study she had conducted with her supervisors (Fehr/Herrmann) with the topic "How the brain processes violent video game scenes and real video sequences - an explorative fMRI study".