Three Behavioral Neuroscience PhD graduate students have received NIH NRSA awards. Megan Herting, James Stafford, and Allison Anacker are now independently-funded researchers. They recently received notification of grant award for the following NIH-NRSA (F31) applications:
- Megan Herting: Exercise and hippocampal structure and function in adolescents
- James Stafford: Behavioral and molecular analysis of chromatin modifications in memory retrieval
- Allison Anacker: Socially-facilitated excessive alcohol drinking in a novel prairie vole model
In June, Lauren Dobbs, received her notification of grant award for her NIH-NRSA (F31) application: Role of mesopontine cholinergic afferents in methamphetamine reward.