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Neuroscience and Psychology students present their research at the 98th annual meeting of the Louisiana Academy of Sciences

Anna Upman (NEUP ’24) and Abigail Miserendino (PSYC ’25) presented a research poster on psychosocial and neural correlates of emotional processing after trauma exposure.

Layla Johnson (NEUP ’26) presented research on the roles of neanderthal-derived SNPs in autism susceptibility.

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