A minor in neuroscience can help prepare you for careers in:
- Biomedical Research
- Public Health
- School Psychology
- Physical Therapy
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Graduate Work: Ph.D. in neuroscience, University of Maryland Baltimore, 2011
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Utah. Angy uses molecular biology, electrophysiology and behavior in the model organism C. elegans to study the regulation of acetylcholine receptors and glutamate receptors. Her objective is to identify novel genes that may be important for processes like learning and addiction.
"St. Mary's laid a solid foundation for my career, teaching me everything from how to properly design an experiment to how to communicate my data effectively ... nothing compares to the fun I had working on my first project at St. Mary's."