Aimee completed her Honors Thesis with the lab in 2018. She researched the density and morphology of microglia as an indicator of inflammation in the mPFC of adolescents rats exposed to binge alcohol drinking.
Independent / Work Study | email@example.com
Sarah joined the lab in the fall semester of 2013. She initially started as a work-study staff member but quickly became involved in studies being conducted in the lab. Her independent study project focuses on measuring g-ratio within the medial prefrontal cortex.
Honors Thesis | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sadie started working in the Richardson lab in the summer of 2015. This year she will be conducting a baseline study investigating the protein expression of ER-alpha within microglia of the medial prefrontal cortex (PFC).
Wanette Vargas, Ph.D.
Wanette received her Ph.D. in the Richardson Lab in the Spring of 2016. We are excited to announce that Wanette recently moved from New England down to the Big Apple, where she has taken a postdoctoral position in the city!
Yi-Ling Lu, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow at The Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research
Yi-Ling received her Ph.D. December 2016. She is studying sex differences in neurodegenerative disorders in her postdoctoral position in the Scharfman lab at the Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research. Congrats to Yi-Ling and Yu-Ting on their new baby, Wylie!
Yi-Ling can be reached at email@example.com
Jesse McClure, Ph.D.
Postoctoral Fellow, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Jesse got his Ph.D. in May 2016 and is now studying behavioral genetics in dogs in the Karlsson laboratory at UMass Med.
Chrisanthi Karanikas, M.S.
Senior Associate, Scientific Communications at Eli Lilly and Company, Indianopolis, IN.
Chrisanthi received her masters from the Neuroscience and Behavior program in 2012. She landed a fantastic job at Eli Lilly, where she has been promoted to Senior Associate of Scientific Communications.