UFRI Fellow, Glover 2015

GloverEbony Glover, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, Georgia
Undergraduate Faculty Research Initiative (UFRI) Fellow
Award year: 2015

Dr. Glover’s behavioral neuroscience laboratory takes an interdisciplinary approach to study emotion regulation and risk factors associated with the development of anxiety disorders. Her training program has produced dozens of research products with undergraduate students, including numerous award winning poster and oral abstracts presented at regional and national conferences. Having engaged undergraduate communities across various institutions in the Atlanta area, Dr. Glover as served as program mentor for students in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Program, Minority Biomedical Research Support – Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (MBRS-RISE) program, Ronald McNair Scholars Program, Neuroscience Education Training (NET/work) Program, and the Behavioral Research Advancement in Neuroscience (BRAIN) Summer Research Program. Students in her lab gain a solid foundation in neuroscience research and have the opportunity to make fundamental contributions to our understanding of neurobiological factors contributing to emotional regulation and their clinical implications. 

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