William H. Majoros

 Education - Graduate 

 Ph.D. Neuroscience, since Fall 2018 

 UCLA 

 Graduate student in the UCLA   Addictions Lab, mentored by 

 Dr. Lara Ray. Studying addiction 

 neurobiology in human clinical 

 populations using functional 

 neuroimaging and psychneuroimmunology methods. 

Honors

  • Phi Beta Kappa

  • Associate Member, Sigma Xi Research Honor Society

  • Dean's List

  • National Merit Scholar

  • Graduation with Distinction Thesis in Neuroscience

  • Summer Neuroscience Program Fellowship 
  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Law FOCUS program

Education - Undergrad

B.S. Neuroscience, cum laude (May 2018)

Duke University 

Minors: Music, Mandarin Chinese 

Cumulative GPA: 3.823

Graduation with Distinction (Honors Thesis)

Fall 2016 at Duke Kunshan University (Kunshan, China)

William H. Majoros

Skills

  • Research, technical writing, education

  • Project and Lab Management

  • Analysis and Programming

    • R, SAS, Unix, Matlab

  • Clinical research 

  • Animal handling / surgery

  • Bench Work

    • Microscopy​

    • C-fos immunocytochemistry

    • PCR & gel electrophoresis

  • Mandarin Chinese

Board Member, Duke KSAC (Kunshan Student Ambassador Council)

Joined KSAC after returning from Duke Kunshan University to assist in the development of the Duke - DKU relationship.

Volunteer and Science Educator, Duke Femmes (Females Excelling More in Math, Engineering, and Science)

Student outreach program engaging Durham-area elementary school girls in STEM subjects.

Work Experience and Leadership

Science Content Development, CK-12 Foundation

Curated and created videos, interactive practice, and other modalities for online "Flexbooks" at this K-12 STEM education nonprofit.

Applications Consultant, CollegeVine

Specialized in essay editing, interview prep, and web content development/editing for this online-based private college counseling company.

Volunteer, SuWA (Supporting Women's Action)

SuWA, sponsored by the Duke Kenan Institute for Ethics, works to empower refugee women in the Durham area through English tutoring and social entrepreneurship. 

Instructor, Intersectional Queer Narratives House Course

Developed and taught a half-credit course at Duke exploring LGBTQ+ identities and narratives through the lenses of natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

G.K.A. (Chapter Secretary), Chi Omega sorority, Mu Kappa chapter

Music Director, Duke Hoof 'n' Horn (musical theater organization)

Member, Duke University Marching Band - Drum Line

Web Publications Intern, Duke Kunshan University Recruitment Office

Fall 2016 - Developed DKU's webinar series and international online marketing.

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