Alison Goldstein, B.A.

Alison Goldstein, B.A.

Research Assistant
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I graduated with a B.A. in Neuroscience from the Univeristy of Virginia in May 2021. My undergraduate research experience focused on child development, and I wrote a Distinguished Majors Thesis on amygdala functional connectivity and the oxytocinergic system. In the Napadow Lab, I am assisting the ongoing migraine intervention study by collecting and analyzing MRI data, as well as autonomic nervous system function and quantitiative sensory testing data. I'm looking forward to learning more about the world of clinical research, specifically clinical neuroimaging. Aside from neuroscience, I love paint-by-numbers, checking out used bookstores, and UVA sports! 

 

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