Chelsea Kaplan

Student
Admission Year:
2012
Biography/Resume: 

B.S Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, University of Michigan, 2008

M.S. in Neuroscience, University of Michigan, 2014

 

Admission year: 2012

Advisor: Rick Harris and George Mashour

Current project: My thesis is an examination of functional connectivity and network topology using graph theoretical techniques in chronic pain patients compared to healthy controls, and how a non-pharmacological treatment alters functional networks to cause analgesia.

Teaching experience: Graduate Student Instructor, Introduction to Biopsychology, Fall 2013

Honors, grants & awards: 

2012 Bernard Maas Fellow, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
2014 International Association for the Study of Pain Trainee Abstract Award
2014 Organization for Human Brain Mapping Trainee Abstract Travel Award
2016 International Association for the Study of Pain Trainee Abstract Award
2017 Excellence in Entrepreneurship Graduate Student Award, Program in Biomedical Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Service & leadership:

Michigan Education Corps, Founder, Summer 2014 – Present
SecondLook Neuroanatomy, Developer, May 2013-Present