Anastasia Sorokina is a senior in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, double majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Psychology, with a concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience and Certificates in Neuroscience and Undergraduate Research. She started in the Rhodes lab in the Spring of 2015 with interest in drug interactions and behavior in a mouse model for ADHD. For her honors thesis project, she is currently working on analyzing the molecular genetic basis of an ADHD-like phenotype in a selectively bred mouse model. Starting May 2017, Anastasia began working as a full-time Research Technician in the laboratory.
1. Sorokina AM, Saul MC, Gogola JV, Majdak P, Rodrigues-Zas SL, Rhodes JS (2018) Striatal transcriptome of a mouse model of ADHD reveals a pattern of synaptic remodeling. Submitted to PLoS One on 1/27/2018.
2. Majdak P, Grogan EL, Gogola JV, Sorokina AM, Tse S, Rhodes JS (2016) The impact of maternal neglect on genetic hyperactivity. Behavioural brain research 313:282-292.
3. Majdak P, Ossyra JR, Ossyra JM, Cobert AJ, Hofmann GC, Tse S, Panozzo B, Grogan EL, Sorokina AM, Rhodes JS (2016) A new mouse model of ADHD for medication development. Scientific reports 6:39472.
1. Laura Bolton Research Development Award (June 2017)
2. Erik Haferkamp Memorial Award for Undergraduate Research (May 2017)
3. MCB SROP Award (April 2017)
4. Office of Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Grant (October 2017)
Last Modified: July 1, 2018
Designed by T.K. Bhattacharya and Petra Majdak
Curated by: Joey Ramp
The Rhodes' Laboratory