Rosalyn Chandler was born and raised in Hinesville, Georgia. She is a junior in the 4+1 dual degree neuroscience program. As an Honors student, Rosalyn is currently a University Assistant in Dr. Anne Murphy’s laboratory. The laboratory currently uses immunohistochemistry techniques to research how early life pain impacts juvenile and adult responses to stress, anxiety, and pain-provoking stimuli. Ongoing work in the lab is studying how early life exposure to morphine impacts brain development and future behavioral responses to stress and pain. Rosalyn is a TA for Dr. Michael Black’s Neuroscience Laboratory where she assists students in the conduction of Immunocytochemistry, PCR, and electrophysiology experiments. She is currently a member of The Collegiate Neuroscience Society where she serves as the VP of Finance, the beta chapter of Nu Rho Psi (National Neuroscience Honor Society), and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Rosalyn aspires to obtain an M.D./Ph.D. and conduct clinical research in neurosurgery. Rosalyn enjoys watching Grey’s Anatomy, Good Doctor, and Bob’s Burgers in her free time and she has an extensive Disney movie collection.