Marissa Metz

Graduate Assistant Biomedical Sciences

W204 Az

970-491-6608

About Marissa

Marissa is a PhD student researching how the brain's natural opioid system could be used to prevent and repair dysregulation caused by the long-term use and abuse of opioid analgesics. When not in lab, Marissa enjoys hiking, biking, and reading really thick books.

Education

BA, Psychology, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, 2015

                

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