Megan G Massa, BA
  • PhD Candidate
  • UCLA
  • Los Angeles, CA USA


Megan G. Massa received her BA from Bowdoin College in 2014, where she studied the rapid effects of testosterone on goldfish mating behavior. Following this, Megan investigated the effects of testosterone in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis during her tenure as a Fulbrighter in Germany. She returned to the States in 2016 to pursue her PhD in the lab of Dr. Stephanie Correa. Her research focuses on how the components of sex affect central feeding circuitry.