Moorman Lab

Neuroscience and Behavior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Lab Members


Associate Professor in Psychological and Brain Sciences and Graduate Program in Neuroscience and Behavior at UMass Amherst.

Graduate Students

Graduate Student in Neuroscience and Behavior
Originally from Bangalore, India, I did my undergrad and worked on addiction models of risky decision making with Dr. Catharine Winstanley and Dr. Stan Floresco at UBC, Vancouver. Currently, I’m interested in exploring addiction models of risky decision making using the self-administration technique in rats. In my free time, I like to travel and experience new cultures and try new foods. Also, I have been trained in Indian classical music since I was 5 years old!

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Honors Thesis Student
In the Moorman lab, Nathaniel is studying the role of the frontal cortex in reward learning. He is generally interested in studying neuroscience with computational strategies. He enjoys coding, tinkering, D&D, and video games in his spare time.

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