Angela Grippo
Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Behavior NIU, DeKalb, IL

Dr. Grippo is an integrative physiologist, well-recognized for her research on the interactions of stress, emotion, and the cardiovascular consequences. Her lab uses prairie voles, which are rodents that engage in social behaviors similar to humans, to delineate mechanisms of social stress and identify treatments for prevention of social stress-Induced emotional, cardiovascular, and neurobiological consequences. She is an active contributor to the APS, and an alumnus of the University of Iowa.