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Kathryn Murphy

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Kathryn Murphy's research is motivated by the need for better treatments for neurological diseases. The brain changes as we age, and treatments that work for a young person are not always effective for older adults. Murphy's studies focus on developing a better understanding of neurobiological changes in aging, especially ones that are different for women and men. ​​Murphy's research uses genomic and proteomic techniques and modern computational tools to chart the trajectory of changes in female and male brains across the lifespan.

Education

  • PhD., Psychology, Dalhousie University 1987.
  • MSc, Psychology, Dalhousie University, 1984.
  • BA Honors, Psychology, University of Western Ontario 1982
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