I am a current graduate student at Wesleyan University, completing a Master’s Thesis through the BA/MA program while double majoring in Neuroscience & Behavior and Biology. As a member of the Robinson Lab, I have been using optogenetics for over a year to examine the role of subcortical structures in biasing choice towards risky outcomes associated with adverse consequences. I recently had the pleasure to present our optogenetic research at The Society for Neuroscience Conference in Chicago this past October. In the future, I plan to attend medical school to pursue a career in pediatric neurology.
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