Former Postbaccalaureate IRTA Fellow, Integrative Neurobiology Section
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B.A. in Neuroscience and Psychology, Oberlin College, 2021
Corinne Marble received her B.A. in Neuroscience and Psychology from Oberlin College in 2021. As an undergraduate student, she studied the role of dopamine in harvester ant foraging behavior under the guidance of Dr. Franne Kamhi. She joined the NIDA in the summer of 2021 as an IRTA postbaccalaureate fellow and recipient of the Scientific Director’s Fellowship for Diversity in Research. Her work involves studying the co-localization of two GPCRs, GalR1 and NK1R, in the periaqueductal grey. If they co-localize, it would be evidence that these receptors form heteromers, which may contribute to therapeutic targeting for conditions such as substance use disorder.