Mia Grossman graduated from Duke University in 2023 with a B.S. in Neuroscience and minors in Chemistry and Political Science. At Duke, she performed 3 years of neuroscience research on lemurs under the guidance of Dr. Christine Drea. Through her work in the Drea Lab, she graduated with distinction in neuroscience, completing a thesis on the neuroanatomical and neuroendocrine underpinnings of female social dominance. She also worked as a research assistant in the Derbyshire chemistry lab studying novel aspects of malaria parasite biology with the hopes of identifying draggable targets. Mia is broadly interested in neuropsychiatric and neurodevelopment disorders, and the application of neuroscience and neurobiology to psychiatric treatment for diseases including OCD. Mia currently works with Dr. Daniel Geller on studies of pediatric OCD and Tourette’s Syndrome. After MGH, Mia plans to attend medical school and pursue a career in neurology.