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Photograph of Andrew Morse


B.S 1991 Psychology, The University of Richmond
Ph.D. 1996 Biobehavioral Health, The Pennsylvania State University

Current Position

Scientist IV - Project Manager, Neuropharmacology
Helicon Therapeutics Inc.
San Diego, CA

On the Ph.D. program, in his words:

“The Biobehavioral Health program offers a unique combination of biology, psychology and physiology that provides a strong and flexible foundation for a career in academia or industry. My experience in BBH prepared me for the challenges of work in the pharmaceutical industry and gave me the broad background necessary for success in multidisciplinary environments.

Doctoral Thesis

"Neurochemical and Behavioral Sequelae of Iron Deficiency: A Developmental Model"

Ph.D. advisor

Dr. Byron Jones