Logan Dodd

Logan Dodd graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the Spring of 2017 with a B.S. in Psychology with a concentration in Behavioral Neuroscience, and a minor in Molecular and Cellular Biology. He started in the Rhodes lab in the spring of 2015 with an interest in brain plasticity and its correlations to behavioral changes. For his thesis. Logan examined cytoarchitectural differences in the preoptic area of size matched male and female A.ocellaris. Differences found served as a starting point into understanding how the brain facilitates the sex change that occurs in this species. Starting May 2017, Logan began working as a full-time Research Technician in the laboratory.







1.  DeAngelis RS, Gogola JV, Dodd LD, Rhodes JS (2017). Opposite effects of nonapeptide antagonists on paternal behavior in the teleost fish Amphiprion ocellaris. Hormones and Behavior 90:113-119.




1. Distinction in Psychology (May 2017)


2. Roger B. Smith Scholarship (Fall 2016)



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