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Current Lab Crew

Lab Crew Alumni

Research Projects
   Project One
   Project Two
   Project Three

Lab Equipment







Outstanding Graduate Alumni

Howard Johns, Ph.D. (2015) Psychology
(Instructor, Westminster College)

Patrick Hecht, Ph.D. (2014) Neuroscience
(postdoctoral fellow at University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine)

Kyle Parker, Ph.D. (2013) Neuroscience
(postdoctoral fellow at Washington University, Bruchas Laboratory)

Karen Jones, Ph.D. (2012) Neuroscience
(postdoctoral fellow at the MIND Institute, UC Davis)

Carolyn Pritchett, M.A. (2008) Psychological Sciences
(PhD, Penn State, 2012)

Outstanding Undergraduate Alumni

Lauren Welby, (2015) B.S. Biological Sciences, B.A. Psychological Sciences

Andrew Snyder, (2015) B.S. Biological Sciences

Brett Wahle, (2015) B.S. Psychological Sciences

Matt McCabe, (2014) B.A.* Psychological Sciences, B.S. Political Science
(Neuroscience PhD program at University of Vermont)

Ted Floros, (2011) B.S. Biological Sciences, B.A. Psychological Sciences

Amanda Gillman, B.A. (2008) Psychological Sciences

Kelly Griffin, B.S. (2006) Biological Sciences

Kylie Klosterman, B.A.* (2008) Psychological Sciences

Annie Lai, B.S. (2005) Biochemistry

Jordan McCall, B.A.* (2007) Psychological Sciences, M.A. in Public Health, PhD Neuroscience, Washington University (Bruchas Laboratory)
(Post doctoral Fellow, Washington University, Gereau Laboratory)

Sophia McQuirk, B.A.* (2009) Psychological Sciences

Alicia Pardee, B.A.* (2008) Psychological Sciences

Kyle Parker , B.A. (2005) Psychological Sciences

James Polston, (2008) B.A. Psychological Sciences

Ali Sawani, (2007) B.A. Biological Sciences

Seema Trivedi, B.A. (2009) Biological Sciences

* Graduated with Honors for Independent Research Project


Kyle Parker, PhD certified, with papers!

Doc Parker
















Karen Jones, PhD, in regalia alongside Matt Will, PhD, in regalia as well!














Me and clone 1, 2, and 3, all now possibly wreaking havoc on my DNA legacy