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Bre joined BPRU in February 2019 after graduating from the College of Wooster with a BA in Psychology and the University of Sussex with an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience. In undergrad, Bre completed a research assistantship as well as an internship in The College of Wooster EEG lab. Her undergraduate thesis examined holistic verses piecemeal processing of faces in portraiture and her master’s thesis was an embodied cognition study investigating cross-model correspondences between lateralization and liking.
Since joining the BPRU Bre has worked in both licit and opioid labs and contributed to several caffeine, nicotine and opioid studies. She is currently providing regulatory support, spearheading centralized recruitment and screening efforts, and managing supply ordering for studies in the opioid lab. In her free time, she enjoys going to concerts and music festivals and traveling.