Psychiatric disorders, neuropharmacology, cognitive networks
I was introduced to neuroscience during my undergraduate studies at James Madison University, and upon graduation in 2018, took a job working in a clinic at UVA. My time there, combined with my love of neuroscience, led me to pursue research interests affecting clinical populations. I seek to broaden this pursuit and search for cognitive networks implicated in psychiatric pathology as well as potential neuropharmacological targets for treatment.
A systematic review comparing the effects of intranasal oxytocin between male and female persons with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).