Resident Researcher

Anna Woodbury, MD came to the Neuroanesthesia Lab from her residency in Anesthesiology at Emory. She received her BA from Rice University in Biochemistry and her MD from Washington University in St. Louis. She completed her internship in Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Science Center in San Antonio before moving to the Atlanta area. Starting late summer 2011, her work in the Neuroanesthesia Lab primarily focused on testing the properties and effects of naturally-occurring compounds on GABA receptors in in vitro neuronal systems.

Medical Students

York Chen collaborated with Neuroanesthesia Lab in mid-2012, completing his Discovery Phase Project as a 4th year medical student at Emory University. He primarily worked out of the lab of Andrew Jenkins, PhD, investigating the effects of GABA receptor-modulating molecules on propofol-induced anesthesia in an in vivo model. York came to Emory and to the Neuroanesthesia Lab via Washington University in St Louis, where he received his Bachelor’s degree in Biology.
Britany Raymond worked in the Neuroanesthesia Lab as a 4th year Emory medical student completing her Discovery Phase Project throughout 2012. She used in vivo model to investigate the effect of GABA receptor-modulating molecules on cognition after emergence from general anesthesia. Her interest in anesthesia is a continuation of her enthusiasm for physiology, which began as an undergraduate at the University of Florida where she received her BS in Physiology and Kinesiology.