I have just completed my senior year at New York University’s College of Arts and Science, majoring in biology with a minor in creative writing in Spanish. This Fall, I will begin a Ph.D. program in Neurobiology at Columbia University. I received an NSF graduate fellowship to fund my studies at Columbia. Since I was a freshman, I have been a part of the mentoring group at NYU called Women and Youth Supporting, and this past year, I have served as executive director. I enjoy biology and teach it to other students as a TA for a summer enrichment program and as a tutor at the College Learning Center. I am interested in the molecular and neuronal pathways underlying behavior and have been working in a lab for a year and half determining the role of the Rho pathway in circadian rhythms.
- Burgos, A. (April, 2011). Role of the Rho Pathway in Circadian Rhythms. Poster presented at 25th annual CSTEP conference. Lake George, NY
- Burgos, A.(April, 2011). Role of the Rho Pathway in Circadian Rhythms. Oral presentation at 15th annual Hunter College Psychology Convention. NY, NY
- Burgos, A. (April, 2011). Role of the Rho Pathway in Circadian Rhythms. Oral presentation at Dean Undergraduate Research Conference. NY, NY.