“Timing is everything.” You may call that phrase cliché. Lorenzo Lones calls it truth. The 2016 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Psychology graduate is currently a Neuroscience Ph.D. student at Washington University in St. Louis where he’s on a lab rotation, working along with various researchers, including Erik Herzog, Ph.D. studying “how cells in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) communicate to each other to generate circadian rhythms.” He recent told “his story” via Psychology’s PSITalks. Watch here. To get more insight into Lones’ life as a Ph.D. student and UW-Green Bay alumnus, follow “LifeatUWGB” on Instagram. This week he serves as a volunteer host.
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9 Jan, 2020