Sushma Hallock is the Lab Manager for the Laboratory of Intelligence Modeling & Neurophysics and the Academic Manager for the Vesalius Program, Neurobiology of Education in the Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology.
Sushma came to Boston in the summer of 2005 to pursue her master’s degree in Anatomy & Neurobiology at Boston University School of Medicine. Her thesis investigated the cognitive effects of levetiracetam on attention to novel and targeted stimuli under the direction of Dr. Peter Bergethon. Upon completion of her degree, she was a Research Fellow with the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute where she studied the effects of neurotrauma on HIF-1 alpha and capase levels at Tufts Medical Center. Currently, Mrs. Hallock is pursuing a Master’s in Advertising at Metropolitan College of Boston University.
Jesse graduated from the University of Vermont in 2007 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Having spent much of her life in Vermont, she re-located to Boston in the fall of 2007 to begin a job as MD/PhD Coordinator in the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences at the Boston University School of Medicine. Recently, in June of 2010, Jesse began working as Research Coordinator for the Lab of Intelligence Modeling and Neurophysics. In this position, she is pursuing her science interests while providing overall support for the Bergethon Lab. In addition, she is a candidate for her Master of Science degree in Advertising at Boston University.