Katie's study covered by UVA news
November 7, 2019
Katie's study on dynamics of OXTR DNA methylation dynamics in infancy was covered by UVA news and featured on UVA's homepage! Read more here. Congratulations, Katie!
Meghan Puglia receives PhD
May 17, 2019
Meghan Puglia successfully defended her dissertation titled "The noisy brain in infancy: A neurobiological marker of normative social development." Congratulations, Dr. Puglia!
Josh Danoff wins "Neuroscience as Art" contest
April 29, 2019
Josh's picture of oxytocin and vasopressin immunoreactivity won the most votes in the "Neuroscience as Art" contest. Congratulations, Josh!
Kelly Wroblewski receives PhD
April 18, 2019
Kelly Wroblewski successfully defended her dissertation titled "Early life experiences alters epigenetic variation and gene expression of the oxytocin receptor gene." Congratulations, Dr. Wroblewski!
Katie Krol receives Hartwell Postdoctoral Fellowship
June 22, 2018
Katie Krol received the exceptionally prestigious Hartwell Postdoctoral Fellowship for her project titled Exploring plasticity of the oxytocin receptor in infancy and motherhood. UVA only endorses one fellow each year. Congratulations, Katie! Read more here.
Meghan Puglia's paper published in Translational Psychiatry
June 15, 2018
Meghan's paper titled "Epigenetic regulation of the oxytocin receptor is associated with neural response during selective social attention" was published in Translational Psychiatry. Read more about it here. Congratulations, Meghan!
Sarah Coe-Odess' Brain Fellowship Renewed
June 15, 2018
Sarah's fellowship to study the relationship between OXTR methylation and psychological outcomes in adolescence was renewed. Congratulations, Sarah!
Katie Lancaster receives PhD
April 26, 2018
Katie Lancaster successfully defended her thesis, titled "The Social Regulation of Emotion and Its Importance for Human Health". She will join the Kessler Foundation as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Traumatic Brain Injury Research. Congratulations, Dr. Lancaster!
Marlen Gonzalez accepts faculty position at Cornell
April 15, 2018
Graduate student Marlen Gonzales accepted an assistant professorship at Cornell University. Congratulations, Marlen!
Meghan Puglia featured in UVAToday
January 8, 2018
Meghan was featured in an article describing the interdisciplinary research projects within the UVA Brain Institute. Read more here: https://news.virginia.edu/content/brain-development-alzheimers-grad-fellows-take-wide-view
Amalia McDonald receives grant from the UVA Brain Institute
Amalia received a grant from the UVA Brain Institute to study the relationship between OXTR methylation and neural activation patterns of emotion processing and social cognition in children.