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Faculty members of the Anxiety, Mood, and Addiction Research Collaborative accept Doctoral students through the Behavioral Neuroscience Program in the Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the multi-disciplinary Graduate Program in Neuroscience. For more information on applying to the Graduate Studies program in the Department of Psychology click here. Information on applying to the Graduate Program in Neuroscience is available here.

Sophie DelDonno PhD

  • Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Chicago
  • T32 in the Neuroscience of Mental Health Graduate

Sophie DelDonna is currently a clinical post-doctoral fellow in the University of Chicago.

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Aimee Karstens

  • Graduate Student
Aimee Karstens

Milena Radoman MS

  • Graduate Research Assistant
Milena is a graduate student in the CoNECt Lab with Dr. Olusola A. Ajilore. She received her B.A. in Neuroscience from Wellesley College in 2015. Milena is working under a joint mentorship between Dr. Olusola A. Ajilore and Drs. K. Luan Phan and Stephanie M. Gorka (currently at the Ohio State University). Her research focuses on identifying the neurobiological risk factors for mood and substance use disorders, with a specific emphasis on individual differences in threat and reward responding. Milena’s long-term objective is to translate knowledge gained from her research into the development of more effective prevention, intervention and treatment efforts for patient populations.

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Maggie Xing MS

Maggie Xing

Jacklynn Fitzgerald PhD

  • Assistant Professor, Marquette University
  • T32 in the Neuroscience of Mental Health Graduate
Jacklynn Fitzgerald is an Assistant Professor at the Marquette University. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Dr. Fitzgerald completed her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Prior to going back to school she worked as a non-academic researcher in the social sciences in Washington, DC and pharmaceuticals in Chicago, IL. She earned her doctorate in Psychology with a focus on Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2017.

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