Monthly Archives : July 2019

  • Janelle LeMon

    Janelle is a forth year graduate student in the BNS program and studies disordered eating in an individual differences model of binge eating in rats

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  • Athanasios Kondilis

    Athanasios is a DO/PhD candidate in the Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine and Cell and Molecular Biology respectively. He received bachelor’s degrees in psychology and molecular and cellular biology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His current research involves using in-vivo DREADD and optogenetic mouse studies to investigate the role of the GHSR receptor in […]

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  • Jenna Lee, PhD

    Why is it so easy and satisfying to over-eat tasty food even when we know better? My research interests lie in exploring biological and environmental factors that mediate over consumption of palatable foods. With a background in ingestive behavior from Purdue University, I continued to examine these factors by researching the influence of physical activity […]

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  • Website in Progress!

    The website creation is underway~ The Johnson Lab is proud to spread its influential research to the wider Neuroscience community through this up-and-coming website! We’ll be featuring profiles on those heading research in the lab, the papers we publish, the events we attend, and more! We hope you enjoy AWJLab.com, and make sure to check […]

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  • Johnson lab presents at SSIB

    The Johnson lab presented work at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior in Utrecht, Netherlands.

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