The Graduate Program in

Annaliese Beery

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Biology, Smith College

2008, Ph.D., Neuroscience, University of California Berkeley
1997, BA, Biology, Williams College

Research Interests

We study group-living rodents to learn about pathways supporting affiliative social behavior between peers. A second focus is the study of mechanisms (epigenetic and otherwise) by which experience changes the brain and behavior
Major research areas include:
Neural substrates of non-sexual affiliative behavior
Gene-environment interactions and brain development
Neuropeptides and sociality
Fetal programming by gestational daylength

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