Jamie Mondello is a first year graduate student in the Fanoselow lab. Her primary research interests include investigating common mechanisms underlying associative learning of opiate-related cues and stress enhanced fear learning, a model for PTSD. She earned her B.S. in Integrative Neuroscience from Binghamton University in 2017. There, she worked as an undergraduate research assistant and laboratory technician for Dr. Terrence Deak, where she studied the neuroimmune consequences of stress and acute ethanol exposure. Her honors thesis involved pairing repeated ethanol administration to a novel context, and testing for conditioning of the immune system with an immune challenge. In her free time, she enjoys cooking for friends, attending concerts or trying out one of LA’s amazing restaurants.
- Distinguished Professor Michael S. Fanselow will receive the American Psychological Association’s 2023 Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award.January 5, 2023 - 12:37 pm
This is the highest honor conferred by the APA for scientific contributions over the researcher’s career.
In the News
- Our own Dr. Ann Hoffman contributes time to the Veterans Yoga ProjectOctober 26, 2020 - 8:56 pm
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- The Science Show with Robyn Williams interviews Dr. Fanselow on how opioids are great for pain, but can bring on detrimental effects of anxietyMarch 31, 2020 - 1:30 pm
- Michael Fanselow32nd Winter Conference on Neural PlasticityFebruary 11, 2020 - 2:40 pm
- Check out our lab’s latest preprint on “A peptidergic amygdala microcircuit modulates sexually dimorphic contextual fear”February 6, 2020 - 3:23 pm
- Dr. Fanselow Keynote Session Speaker at the Gordon Research Conference on Predator-Prey InteractionsJanuary 22, 2020 - 11:11 pm