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Hi, I'm Megan G. Massa, a neuroscience graduate student at UCLA specializing in neuroendocrinology

Megan G. Massa's Bio:

Megan G. Massa is a neuroscience NSF GRF and Ph.D. Candidate in the lab of Dr. Stephanie Correa studying how the components of sex affect feeding behavior.

During her time at Bowdoin College (B.A. Neuroscience, English minor), she worked in the lab of Richmond Thompson, Ph.D. investigating the rapid, non-genomic effects of testosterone on mating behaviors in response to pheromonal cues in male goldfish. Following her graduation in May 2014, Megan received a German Fulbright research grant to work in the lab of Prof. Dr. Ralf Gold under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Aiden Haghikia at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum. While abroad, she refined a methodology to derive neurons from the renal cells of MS patients via an iPSC procedure. And after being hired for a second year under contract from the St. Josef-Hospital Klinikum, she researched the differential effects of androgen treatment on the inflammatory and neurodegenerative phases of MS in female mice. Megan completed laboratory rotations in the labs of Dr. Stephanie Correa, Dr. Paul Micevych, and Dr. Barney Schlinger at UCLA prior to joining the Correa lab.

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Neuroscience, tour guiding, music, Broadway, Bowdoin Student Government









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