Christie Pizzimenti

Graduate Student, PhD Candidate

Christie Pizzimenti

Education

BA, Psychology (2008), American University, Washington, DC

Preceptor

K. Matthew Lattal, PhD

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Dissertation Project

The role of the basolateral amygdala in interactions between fear and drug-seeking for methamphetamine

Honors and Awards

  • OHSU "FLAME" Award - Excellence in Journalism (2016)
  • Travel award from NW Noggin to attend a "Briefing with Brains", a presentation to Congress on neuroscience outreach in the Pacific Northwest in Washington, DC (Spring, 2016)
  • OHSU Research Roadmap Scholar (2015-2016)
  • Nicholas L. Tartar Research Fellowship Award (2015)
  • Travel award from the OHSU Graduate Student Organization (GSO) (June, 2015)
  • Portland Alcohol Research Center / Noggin Scholar Award (Summer, 2015)
  • Travel award for attendance at the 38th annual Japan Neuroscience Society meeting in Kobe, Japan (July, 2015)
  • Travel award for attendance at the Behavior, Brain, Biology: Translational Research in Addiction Conference in San Antonio, TX (March, 2015)