Amanda Borrow is from West Windsor, NJ, and received her B.A. In psychology from Rutgers University. Her research interests include the development of sexual dimorphism within the brain and the relationship between sex hormones and reproductive behavior. Her non-research interests include art, crossword puzzles, and going for walks with her dog, Snoop.
Liz Soehngen is from Denver, CO and received her B.A. in Psychology from Knox College. Her research focuses on the role of kisspeptin in pubertal timing and the HPG axis. Her non-research interests include comic books, tea, and finding uses for her English minor.
Rachael A Clark
Graduate, Master's Degree, December 2010
"The Effects of Maternal Care on Female Reproductive Behavior in a Group Mating Environment"