Neuroscience presentations on drug addiction among 43 accepted for NCUR

Madison Cromwell ’17, Elaina Bartoli ’17 A new academic minor and research discipline at North Central College will be represented for the first time at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Two of the 43 NCUR presentations will involve neuroscience research into drug usage and addiction that began in summer 2015. Madison Cromwell ’17 and Elaina Bartoli ’17 are among a growing group of students pursuing studies and research in neuroscience, and they are headed to the University of North Carolina Asheville (NC) April 7-9 to present their work. They have found their passion for the field of neuroscience while performing research with Maggie Gill, assistant professor of neuroscience, who established the program when she arrived in 2013. “When I was a freshmen, I stopped by Dr. Gill’s research…


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