Jacob Davis, GRA
Jacob received a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in biology from Southern Utah University. Currently, he is working as a graduate research assistant under enrollment in the Behavioral and Cellular Neuroscience branch of Texas A&M’s Psychology department. His studies focus on how various anesthetics can affect recovery after spinal cord injury, particularly in the context of uncontrollable pain stimulus. Studies in progress seek to answer questions regarding cellular mechanisms of secondary injury, efficacy of anesthetics of different methods of action on promoting SCI recovery, and the timing with which anesthetics can prove effective in promoting this recovery.
Jacob Davis CV