Studying the effects of traumatic stress (Exposure to moderate stress including Ferrets, Cats, and Boa Constrictor) on the circadian rhythm in rodent models. Project Title: "Behavioral and Neuroendocrine responses to traumatic stress and fear extinction in rats (Rattus norvegicus).
Working in the laboratory of Dr. Neil E. Grunberg in the departments of Medical and Clinical Psychology (MPS) and Military and Emergency Medicine (MEM) in collaboration with Dr. Harvey Pollard in the department of Anatomy, Physiology, and Genetics (APG) studying: Project: "Histone deacetylase inhibitors to rescue cognitive impairment in mTBI in rats" Lab Maintenance and Safety Biochemical and behavioral laboratory manager.
Constructed mock crime scenes in specific locations on the George Mason campus. Acted as first responder on the crime scene. Determined whether students surveyed scene correctly; Provided notes, photos, and sketches as instructed; Established measurement scheme; Properly observed, collected, and gathered individual pieces of evidence; and verified cleared scene with an outside observer.
Worked in the laboratory of Dr. Chantal Moratz in the Department of Medicine studying the effects of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on B71 Mice using High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU). The study was focused on tracking the physiological changes from incident post one month period using a telemetry device.
Center for Neuroscience and Regenerative Medicine Bethesda, MD Project: "Neurobehavioral phenotyping of male and female rats to BOP, HIFU, and stress" Worked as a biochemical research assistant in the laboratory of Dr. Neil E. Grunberg in the Medical and Clinical Psychology Department of USUHS.
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