This summer, the DSNLab has been hosting three amazing undergraduate interns. They have come from across the country to work in the lab, and have been primarily working on the Carolina Sibling Study. They have played a crucial role in the success of the study, and we couldn’t be happier to have them on the DSNLab team!
Sue Hyun Kwon (left) is a rising senior at Pomona College and she hopes apply her knowledge of developmental neuroscience to neuropharmacology projects in the future. In her free time, she likes to take pictures of plants or cook.
Ellie Breitfeld (center) is a rising sophomore at Princeton University and she is planning on pursuing a major in psychology and minors in neuroscience and linguistics. She is particularly interested in developmental psychology with a focus on language development and education.
Madison Marcus (right) is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in psychology and neuroscience at Grinnell College in Iowa. As a native North Carolinian, she was excited to return home and assist with the Carolina Sibling Study. Following her graduation in 2019, Madison hopes to continue doing research and earn her PhD in behavioral neuroscience.