Research Assistants

Nkem Nwaokolo Nkem earned her B.A. in biology along with a specialization in neuroscience from the University of Chicago in 2016. She is currently assisting in research projects focused on how varied drug administration effects prosocial behavior.  

Nkem Nwaokolo

Nkem earned her B.A. in biology along with a specialization in neuroscience from the University of Chicago in 2016. She is currently assisting in research projects focused on how varied drug administration effects prosocial behavior.  

Austin Lee Austin has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Chicago and helps conduct research on stress, anxiety and impulsivity.

Austin Lee

Austin has a B.A. in psychology from the University of Chicago and helps conduct research on stress, anxiety and impulsivity.

Meri Kushner Meri graduated from the University of Chicago with a B.A. in psychology. Her research interests include the associations between drugs and environmental cues, as well as the effects of oxytocin on smoking.

Meri Kushner

Meri graduated from the University of Chicago with a B.A. in psychology. Her research interests include the associations between drugs and environmental cues, as well as the effects of oxytocin on smoking.

Shreya Jaiswal Shreya graduated from the University of Chicago with a MA in 2017 in the social sciences (psychology). She is interested in neuroendocrinology and hormone modulated behavior.

Shreya Jaiswal

Shreya graduated from the University of Chicago with a MA in 2017 in the social sciences (psychology). She is interested in neuroendocrinology and hormone modulated behavior.

Eileen Kim Eileen recently graduated from the University of Chicago with a M.A. in psychology. Her research interests include emotion, social relationship, and the brain.

Eileen Kim

Eileen recently graduated from the University of Chicago with a M.A. in psychology. Her research interests include emotion, social relationship, and the brain.

You Bin Maeng You Bin graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S. in psychology. She is interested in the consequences of substance use, particularly within the minority population.

You Bin Maeng

You Bin graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a B.S. in psychology. She is interested in the consequences of substance use, particularly within the minority population.