Lab alumni - Where are they now?
Kyle received his BS degrees in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Psychology on the Neuroscience track in 2019. He joined the lab in Fall of 2016 and conducted his honors thesis studying how binge drinking alcohol during adolescence affects the myelination of corticolimbic circuitry in rats.
Sam Scott, M.S.
Sam joined the Richardson Lab in the Spring of 2016. After working as a research assistant, an honors thesis student, and a research technician, he received his Master's in Neuroscience and Behavior in 2019 focusing on studying the effects of binge drinking on myelination in the developing adolescent brain.
Liz graduated from UMass with a BS degree in Psychological and Brain Sciences. Then she worked as a Lab Technician for the Richardson lab supervising the undergraduate work and training students on new techniques, while also studying the vulnerabilities of developing nodal domains to alcohol.