Melissa Jenkins Neuroscientist, Social Justice Activist “If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t.” –Emerson Pugh 1929- As a research scientist, Melissa began unraveling the neural mechanisms underlying adaptation to trauma and brain injury via memory and attentional systems. This research helped to integrate the understanding and treatment of brain disorders resulting from physical and psychic traumatic injuries.
“I'm adventurous and I'll eat anything. I eat a fair amount of junk food, but not junky junk food. Nothin' colorful. I mean, there's junk food, then there's colorful junk food. Stuff in cheap little packages. I never eat nothin' pink. I'll do the occasional jelly sandwich, but when I eat junk food I'll balance it out with prune juice so it don't stay around long. I drink a quart of prune juice every other day. Some chicks can't stand the sight of it, but I'd rather lose a little pussy than be stuffed with...
“If I was made of cake I'd eat myself before somebody else could.” ~Emma Donahue
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One very Cool Cat! And one of a kind . . . R.A. Fish - Cool Cats of New England http://www.zhibit.org/coolcats/cool-cats-gallery/r-a-fish