CV: Curriculum Vitae
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Jessica S. Flannery is a 5th year graduate student in the Department of Psychology at Florida International University, specializing in Cognitive Neuroscience. She is currently a Graduate Researcher in the Neuroinformatics Brain Connectivity (NBC) Lab. She graduated from Grinnell College (Grinnell, Iowa) with a B.A. in Psychology and a concentration in neuroscience. Jessica is interested in the neurobiological mechanisms of addiction and reward processing and her research thus far has focused on the chronic and acute impact of nicotine exposure on habenular and striatal function.
She is currently contributing to the following grant funded research projects:
The ACE Project: A longitudinal study designed to identify antecedents and consequences of electronic cigarette use at multiple assessment levels including personality, personal beliefs, social factors, and neurobiological characteristics assessed with MRI.
Impact of HIV and Cannabis on Brain Function: A multi-group, cross-sectional fMRI study clarifying how HIV infection and cannabis use (both alone and in combination) impact brain function.