Departments & Organizations
Psychiatry: Center for Nicotine and Tobacco Use Research at Yale (CENTURY) | Cosgrove Lab | Translational Brain Imaging Program | VA Alcohol Research Center | Women's Behavioral Health Research, Division of | Yale Translational Center to Develop Gender-Sensitive Treatment for Tobacco Dependence
Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Neuroscience: Drug Abuse; Neuroimaging
Dr. Cosgrove uses positron emission tomography (PET) to gain insights into the brains of people after they’ve stopped using alcohol and tobacco. Trained as a clinical psychologist who worked with individuals suffering from drug addiction, Dr. Cosgrove transitioned to conducting research in order to find more effective ways of helping patients recover from addiction and avoid relapse. Her laboratory develops and uses creative PET imaging paradigms to track changes in critical neurochemicals during the recovery from addiction.
Education & Training
|PhD||University of Minnesota (2002)|
|BS||University of Minnesota (1997)|
|Psychology Intern||Medical University of South Carolina|