Corinne Kiessling Faculty Biography

Corinne Kiessling, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, earned her PhD and MS from Binghamton University, and a BS from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. She teaches introductory and advanced neuroscience courses including Neuroscience Introduction I & II, Drugs and Behavior, Research Methods in Neuroscience, Senior Seminar, and topical seminars. Her research interests focus on the neurobiological underpinnings of Parkinson’s disease symptoms and treatment outcomes. Her approach for studying these questions can be described as functional neuroanatomy and neuropharmacology. How does a particular brain structure, neurotransmitter system, or pharmacological target modulate a particular behavior?

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