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Siena Rodrigues is a junior Morehead-Cain scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is pursuing a B.S. in Psychology with minors in Women and Gender Studies and Neuroscience. Siena started her research experience at the Frohlich Lab investigating the role of neural oscillations in psychiatric illnesses. Currently, she is interested in the interaction of mental health and relationships, assisting in a pilot study for couples with dual substance use disorders (SUDs) in the BRANE lab. While working at CHAAMP, Siena will serve as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for the SHINE (Supporting Healthy Individuals through Nurturing Environments) Study. Siena is passionate about the feasibility and accessibility of mental health care for all people, especially underrepresented groups. Outside of the lab and class, she enjoys spending time with the people that she loves, making chai, and hiking. She aspires to enter a Clinical Psychology PhD program post-graduation.

Sienna Rodgrigues