Dr. Jill Turner has investigated nicotinic receptors since 2002, as a graduate student with Dr. Kenneth Kellar at Georgetown University. After graduating, Jill continued her training as a post-doctoral fellow with Dr. Julie Blendy at the University of Pennsylvania.  Her main interest lies in how nicotinic receptors can both help and hinder brain function.  In addition to science, Jill enjoys books and traveling with her family

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