Taylor Levine

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MGH has been at the forefront of many scientific advances in treatments for depression.

Taylor is a 2018 graduate of Haverford College, where she majored in Psychology and minored in Neuroscience. Over the past few years, Taylor has worked as Research Assistant at Haverford studying executive functioning and mind wandering, while spending her summers working as a Camp Counselor/Ropes Course Supervisor at Camp Hess Kramer in California. In addition to working with the Haverford Athletic Training staff during her junior and senior year, Taylor spent this past year working on her Senior Thesis which is titled: Postpartum Oxytocin Receptor Plasticity and Anxiety-Like Behavior in Syrian Hamsters: The Potential Role of the Dorsal Raphe Nuclei. Following her time at the DCRP, Taylor will pursue a Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a specialization in neuropsychology. Ultimately, Taylor hopes to combine her love of camping, climbing, and hiking with her passion to understand and treat mood disorders in young adults.