Course Team

Course Manager

Jade Zee
Northeastern University

Jade directs one of the largest undergraduate programs in behavioral neuroscience. Her research expertise is reflected in the courses that she teaches: behavioral endocrinology, animal behavior and neurobiology. As President for Nu Rho Psi, the national honor society in neuroscience, and as a Councilor for Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience, she strives to enhance and promote excellence in neuroscience at the undergraduate-level. Jade has returned to MBL each summer for the scientific culture, camaraderie and popovers, and is a former Grass Fellow and Associate Director for the Grass Lab (2010-13). As course manager, she utilizes her knowledge of MBL resources and diverse experimental setups along with her vendor relations to optimize course logistics.

Jade was an NS&B student in 1998 and TA from 1999-2004. She has been Course Manager since 2014.



Course Assistants

Cameron Meyer-MuellerCameron Meyer-Mueller
Barnard College

Cameron graduated from Barnard College in 2017 with a B.A. in Neuroscience and Behavior and a French minor. Her studies culminated in a thesis in the Yuste lab at Columbia studying the role different neurotransmitters play on the nerve networks of Hydra vulgaris, a fresh water polyp. She is planning on attending graduate school in the south of France next fall. For leisure, Cameron enjoys watching films and biking.

Cameron joined NS&B as a course assistant in 2017.



mbl-headshotGurrein Madan
Swarthmore College

Gurrein graduated with an Honors major in Neuroscience from Swarthmore College in May 2017. She has conducted research in the Siwicki lab, investigating the specific environmental modulators of female Drosophila melanogaster receptivity, as well as in the Davidson lab characterizing asymmetric gene expression during early development in Ciona Intestinalis. She will enter the Neuroscience PhD at MIT in the fall. In her free time, she enjoys dancing and playing tennis.

Gurrein joined NS&B as a course assistant in 2017.