Sedona Ewbank

Neuropsychopharmacology, pain, reward, cognition

Sedona received her BS in Neurobiology and Biochemistry from the University of Washington. Currently, she is completing her PhD in the Neurosciences program under the advising of Dr. Raag Airan, and her research focuses on characterizing the effects of ketamine and other psychedelic drugs on reward processing and cognition in rodent chronic pain and stress models. In addition to research, Sedona is passionate about educational equity in STEM and has had numerous experiences teaching and mentoring undergraduate and high school students.