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ManHua is a graduate student in Melissa Herman’s lab and was awarded a three year NIH F31 Research Fellowship. She earned her B.S in Neuroscience from George Mason University and spent two years in the NIH postbaccalaureate intramural research training program before coming to UNC for graduate school. Her project examines the impact of electronic nicotine vapor on mouse mesolimbic circuitry and motivated behavior.