Rebecca Fine graduated from Yale University in 2012 with a B.S. with distinction in the neuroscience track of psychology. As an undergraduate, she worked with Dr. Amy Arnsten studying the molecular pathways underlying working memory and how they are disrupted during stress. Her project while working in Stevens' Lab focused on the mechanisms by which prenatal stress exerts effects on inhibitory neuron development, with a particular focus on microglia. Rebecca is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in molecular biology at Harvard University.
Education & Training
|BS||Yale University, neuroscience (2012)|