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Keely Muscatell chosen to represent UCLA at UC Graduate Research Advocacy Day

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Keely Muscatell was recently selected as one of the two graduate students chosen represent UCLA at the UC Graduate Research Advocacy Day that took place in Sacramento on May 11, 2011.

Keely Muscatell was recently selected as one of the two graduate students chosen represent UCLA at the UC Graduate Research Advocacy Day that took place in Sacramento on May 11, 2011. Keely met with key California legislators to share her research and advocate on behalf of UC graduate research. Keely is a third year graduate student in the Social Area, working with Dr. Naomi Eisenberger. Her research takes an interdisciplinary approach to try and understand how stress influences mental and physical health. In particular, she is interested in how chronic forms of stress, such as being low in socioeconomic status, and acute stressors, such as being socially rejected or evaluated by another person, influence neural, hormonal, and immune system functioning. Congratulations Keely on such an outstanding achievement!

 

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