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Lifetime marijuana use affects verbal memory
Solving the mysteries of fibromyalgia
UAB lab points the way to better helmets on the field
New role for immature brain neurons
Answering concussion's crucial questions
Better brain training for an aging world
AimeeV2Aimee Franklin Biography
I attended Southeastern University in Lakeland Florida for my undergraduate degree. I am originally from Alabama therefore the decision to attend UAB for graduate school was an easy one to make. I was aware of the outstanding reputation UAB had as top notch research institution and already knew I loved the city. I chose to join Dr. Lori McMahon’s laboratory where I have been studying the pathological mechanisms underlying deficits in cognition and synaptic plasticity in Fragile X Syndrome, an inherited form of mental retardation. I am graduating in the spring and will be moving to Baltimore for a post-doctoral fellowship at NIH where I will continue researching synaptic plasticity in the context of drug addiction. 


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