Neuroscience Student Wins First Place for Scholarship Sewanee Poster

Neuroscience student Kayla Pelfrey (C'14) won first place for her poster at Scholarship Sewanee for the social and behavioral sciences. Her poster was entitled "Effects of early adolescent and adult methamphetamine exposure on behavior and corticosterone levels in mice" and represented research work completed with Dr. Siegel over the summer of 2013.