Euphemia Marsh

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B.A. Psychology/Cell and Molecular Biology, San Diego State University

Admission Year: 2018

Research Interest: Neural circuitry, neuroendocrinology, and behavior

Teaching Experience: At UM: Graduate-level Graduate Student Instructor for Sensory Neuroscience, Behavioral Neuroscience, and Translational Neuroscience. At SDSU: Teaching Assistant for Drugs and Behavior, Tutor at the Equal Opportunity Program for Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Physics, and Psychology. 

Honors, grants, & awards: Rackham Merit Fellowship, Knights of Columbus Award, West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference Award, NIH National Institute of Mental Health Fellowship, Rackham Precandidate Fellowship, and Eisenberg Depression Center STAR Fellow

Service and leadership: Out of the Darkness (OOTD) Outreach Committee member, Science Education Engagement for Kids (SEEK) teacher, BrainsRule! volunteer, HOPE ambassador, East County Young Adults leader, RockKids leader

Career Goals: Combining basic research with clinical activities, leading a research group, teaching at the university level.

Hobbies: Nature/hiking, music, painting