Monthly Archives : June 2019

  • Alex Johnson appointed to Board Member of SSIB

    Alex was elected to the Board of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior (SSIB)

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  • Alex Johnson, PhD

    Current Position Associate Professor (June 2018–present) Department of Psychology, Member of Neuroscience Program and Cell and Molecular Biology Program Education and Employment History B.Sc Hons Psychology Coventry University (1999-2002) PhD Experimental Psychology Cardiff University (2002-2006) Post-doctoral Research Fellow Johns Hopkins University (2005-2009) Associate Research Scientist Johns Hopkins University (2009-2012) Assistant Professor Michigan State University (2012-2018)

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  • Nicollette Russell

    Nicollette Russell is the lab manager of the Johnson Lab. She completed a post-baccalaureate program in Medical Neuroscience from Michigan State in 2018 and graduated from the Honors College of Michigan State in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. Nicollette is an aspiring medical student who is interested in pursuing a career in […]

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  • Andrew McLocklin

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  • Ben Fry

    Ben Fry is a Ph.D. Candidate and University Distinguished Fellow in Behavioral Neuroscience at Michigan State University. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a focus in Neuroscience Summa Cum Laude from Bowling Green State University in May of 2017. In August of 2019 he was awarded the degree of Master of Arts in […]

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  • Lauren Raycraft

    Lauren Raycraft is a third-year graduate student in the Behavioral Neuroscience program. She graduated from Michigan State in 2016 with an Honors Bachelor of Science in Psychology, as well as minors in: Nutritional Science, Women and Gender studies, Health Promotion, and Bioethics. Lauren’s research interests focus on the neuropeptide Melanin concentrating hormone and its role […]

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  • Lab presents at BFLS

    Alex presented recent lab findings on the role of dopamine in ingestive behavior at the 15th Benjamin Franklin/Lafayette Seminar (BFLS) in Frejus, France. The meeting brought together ~80 scientists from diverse fields to discuss contemporary ingestive behavior research.

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