Olivia Levine

Graduate Student (Neuroscience)

Livi graduated from Brandeis University in 2013, where she majored neuroscience and biology. She completed her senior thesis research in the laboratory of Steven Goldstein, where she studied the biophysical properties of voltage-gated potassium channels. She is now a fifth year neuroscience PhD candidate studying how estrogen signaling alters neuronal function in thalamo-limbic circuits involved in addiction and affective disorders.