Keck Neuroscience Program

W.M. Keck Science Department

Thomas Borowski, PhD, Program Director

Keck Neuroscience Program

W.M. Keck Science Department

Thomas Borowski, PhD, Program Director

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Notable Alumni

The faculty of the Keck Neuroscience Program are proud to showcase the research and careers of alumni who have continued in Neuroscience and related fields of study.

Samantha Bromley-Coolidge, Pitzer College ‘14

Cellular Molecular Neuroscience Postbac IRTA

National Institutes of Health, Washington D.C.

Maya Ellisman, Pitzer College ‘13

Ph.D. Program, Department of Neuroscience, University of California, San Diego

Liberty Hamilton, Ph.D., Scripps College '06'

Assistant Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas, Austin

Liberty Hamilton

Kelsey Herrman, Pitzer College ‘10

Ph.D. Program, Neuroscience, Case Western University

Adrienne Jo, Claremont McKenna College ‘18

Ph.D. Program, Department of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics, University of Pennsylvannia

Shannon Klotz, Scripps College ‘19

Research Associate, Lisa Oaks’ Lab, Center for Mind and Brain, University of California, Davis

Shannon Klotz

Clio Korn, Scripps ‘10

D.Phil Program, Departments of Psychiatry and Experimental Psychology, Oxford University, U.K.

Yuqing Lei, Scripps ‘18

Ph.D. Program, Computational Cognitive Psychology and Psychiatry Lab, Department of Psychology, University of Maryland College Park

Laura Loesch Harrison, Ph.D., Scripps ‘09

Brain and Creativity Institute, University of Southern California

Ian McLaughlin, Pitzer College ‘10

Ph.D. Program, Department of Neuroscience, University of Pennsylvannia

Ben Rakela, Ph.D., Pitzer College ‘12

Postdoctoral Scholar, Stryker Lab, University of California, San Francisco

Alison Sargoy, Ph.D., Pitzer, ‘09

Associate Director, Technical Operations, Kite Pharmaceuticals, Los Angeles, CA

Andrew Scheyer, Ph.D., Pitzer College ’10

Cellular Molecular Pharmacology, Institut de neurobiologie de la méditerranée INMED, France

Hannah Schoenhard, Scripps College ‘14

Neuroscience, University of Pennsylvania