Hyerim Yang BS
- Research Technician
- Graduate Student, Graduate Education in Medical Sciences (GEMS) PhD Program
- Department of Psychiatry, UIC
- hyang67 [at] uic.edu
School of Public Health / Psychiatric Institute (SPHPI)
1601 W. Taylor St.
SPHPI MC 912
Chicago IL 60612
- Room #:285
Hyerim graduated from UIC in 2017 with a BS in neuroscience. She is currently gaining experience using animal models to study the neurobiological basis in the context of alcohol use disorder.
Hyerim directs clinical studies in the Human Addiction Psychopharmacology Laboratory. Her research investigates the processes by which drug and alcohol effects become paired with cues (people, places, paraphernalia) surrounding drug-taking experiences. She studies drug conditioning processes using behavioral (cognitive function), physiological (heart rate, blood pressure, cortisol) and subjective (self-reported mood) measures. Hyerim is also conducting a research project that she began as an undergraduate student in the lab. In this project, she is using a computerized task to assess appetitive conditioning using monetary reward.
|05/11/2023||Role of Afferents to the Rostromedial Tegmental Nucleus in Symptoms of Withdrawal from Chronic Ethanol Exposure||Past Event|
|06/09/2022||Activation of afferents to the RMTg during acute withdrawal from chronic ethanol exposure||Past Event|
|12/02/2021||Pain induces adaptations in ventral tegmental area dopamine neurons to drive anhedonia-like behavior.||Past Event|
|04/08/2021||Activation of afferents to the RMTg during acute withdrawal from chronic ethanol exposure||Past Event|