Brannon Green

Brannon Green 
Ph.D. Candidate, Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience 
Education: CSU Chico, B.A., 2004; M.A., 2009 

Email: bmg49@georgetown.edu

Prior Research: Previous research included work as an assistant in a lab studying the role of p75 in spinal cord injury and repair. My master's thesis work included a study of cannabinoid antagonist AM251 on spatial working memory in mice. Thesis Research: My Thesis Research investigates the role of dorsal and ventral stream structures in the processing of auditory information in the forms of music or speech, as well as understanding the audio-motor interactions involved in their perception or production. Measurement approaches include behavioral testing, functional and structural MRI, and MEG. Rotations: Bob Yasuda: Investigating neuronal nicotinic receptor subunit configurations and their role in addiction John VanMeter: The effects of alcohol on the default mode network Josef Rauschecker: Corticolimbic networks involved in processing the tinnitus signal