Elizabeth Reese Successfully Defends Dissertation

We’re excited to announce that Liz Reese successfully defended her dissertation!! Dynamic alterations in default mode and executive control network connectivity during a distress tolerance task predict distress tolerance and past-treatment substance use investigated functional connectivity and it’s role in abstinence and substance use frequency and highlights the importance of evaluating dynamic interactions among neural networks involved in SUD. Thank you Liz for all your years of hard work with the BRANE Lab, we couldn’t be more excited for you to start the next chapter of your journey!