Elizabeth Burnette (Libby)

Libby is a second year graduate student in the Neuroscience Inderdepartmental Program (NSIDP).

Research Interests: Libby is interested in applying human functional neuroimaging (fMRI) to the study of addiction neurobiology in clinical populations. Currently, she is exploring how impulsivity and risk-taking behaviors relate to neural activity in Alcohol Use Disorder. 

Hobbies: Libby enjoys listening to and making music, binge-watching Netflix, making costumes, and petting all the dogs she can find.

Libby’s take on Los Angeles: “Paradise with a side of earthquakes.”

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