Tony Larkin

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B.S. in Biology, Morehouse College

Admission Year: 2015

Advisor: Drs. Richard Harris and George Mashour

Research Interest:  Chronic Pain, Consciousness, Neuroimaging, Graph/Network theory

Current project: Investigating neural mechanisms of hypersensitivity in chronic pain and healthy volunteers.

Teaching Experience: GSI for Physiology 201

Honors, grants, & awards: NIH-DSPAN (F99/K00);  NSF GRFP Fellow; Rackham Merit Fellow, OGPS Excellence in DEI, Rackham Scholar Activist Award

Service and leadership: Greater Questions in Neuroscience, NGSO,NGP DEI Committee, Biomedical Seminar Series Committee

Career Goals: It is my goal to explore neural mechanisms associated with subjective experiences associated with pain and consciousness. Additionally, I hope to provide resources and support to students, especially HBCU graduates, as they transition into research-intensive doctoral programs

Hobbies: I enjoy attending live concerts, traveling, art, softball (Biopsych Boppers, Second Deck), practicing yoga and meditation