The National Science Foundation has awarded a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship to Claire Kaplan, a second year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program at University of Maryland College Park. Claire Kaplan, a Class of 2009 Neuroscience major, was an undergraduate research student at The College of William and Mary, and was supervised by Prof.Gregory Smith (Applied Science) and Prof. Joshua Burk (Psychology) who presented at the 2009 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.
Kaplan C, Smith GD, Burk JA. Computational modeling of attention task performance decrements induced by M1 receptor blockade or PKC inhibition in rats. Program No. 873.22
This fellowship award will provide three years of support for her exciting program of neuropsychopharmacology research and will begin Fall 2016. Congratulations Claire!