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Interview Series- Erin Leigh Anderson
Another week means another interview series out! Today we are featuring Erin Leigh Anderson! Erin is in here last year of her doctoral studies, so watch out for her on the job market soon! If you want to know more about what she does, visit her website and what I have done. She is also known to haunt Twitter to follow her favorite scientists and communities @eandersonbrock.
April 2020 - Erin L. Anderson received an NIH Dissertation Award grant (R36) through NIDA to support her drug abuse doctoral dissertation research titled “Microglia Modulation of Nicotine Dependence”. Further, she is the 2020/2021 Graduate Student Scholarship winner of the Daniel Li-Chang Wang Scholarship in the College of Pharmacy at the University of South Carolina.
"December 2019: Congratulations are in order for Adewale and Miranda for graduating with PhDs in Pharmaceutical Sciences! "
Prefrontal microRNA-221 mediates environmental enrichment-induced increase of locomotor sensitivity to nicotine
Congrats to the Zhu lab and others for the recent publication in The International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology of their article, "Prefrontal microRNA-221 mediates environmental enrichment-induced increase of locomotor sensitivity to nicotine"! Great job!