Lab Members (past and present)

Hannah Belski
(2014-      )

Hannah has worked in my lab since summer 2015 (during her freshman year!). Her work began with the bare-bones setup of a video camera, and a social cage with five mice. After countless hours of scoring CCTV videos of mouse interactions, she has developed her own study to explore the influence of  social rank on anxiotypic behavior and BDNF expression in the BNST. Her study incorporates both male and female mice, to probe potential sex differences in the effects of social dominance on physiology and behavior.

Emily Ferguson
(2015-2017)

Meagan Darling
(2014-2016)