Florida State University

Chloe Johnson

Graduate Student


I research the neuromodulation of olfactory behavior through pharmacological and genetic manipulations. Specifically, I have studied the effects of endocannabinoids, oxytocin, and vasopressin on olfactory perception in mice. I am also interested in translational research between olfactory neuroscience and clinical psychology, and I plan to investigate the role of olfaction in human psychological disorders. Eventually, I would like to research the effects of clinically relevant psychoactive compounds such as psilocybin on behavior and neural circuitry.

Faculty Advisor

Adam Dewan, Psychology

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