Beata Kaminska is a Ph.D. student in the Neuroscience and Behavior program at University of Massachusetts – Amherst. She received her Bachelor’s in Developmental Neuropsychology and Spanish from the University of Connecticut- Storrs. At UConn, Beata looked at sex differences between animals with candidate dyslexia genes and their underlying behavioral and anatomical differences. For her Ph.D., she is interested in how reward and punishment influence motivation and impulsivity. In her free time she enjoys camping, crafting, eating, and volunteering for the Polish Girl Scout Org.
Julie Factor. Mount Holyoke College Undergraduate RA 2014-2015. Post Moorman Lab Position: National Institute on Drug Abuse Postbaccalaureate Research Training Program
Alice Morgunova, Hampshire College Undergraduate RA 2014-2016. Post Moorman Lab Position: National Institute on Drug Abuse Postbaccalaureate Research Training Program followed by Graduate Student at McGill University