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Lisa Goldberg
Assistant Research Professor
Summary Statement

Lisa Goldberg has research interests that include identifying genetic factors that affect susceptibility to nicotine withdrawal symptoms, as well as transgenerational inheritance of epigenetic changes associated with drug use.   

Department
  • Neurobiological Investigation of Learning and Addiction - NILA
Education
  • Boston University School of Medicine, PhD, Biomedical Neuroscience, 2017
Office Address
130 Biobehavioral Health Building
University Park, PA 16802
Interests
  • genetic and neurobiological underpinnings of drug withdrawal 
  •  transgenerational changes associated with paternal drug use 
Publications