Lindsey Sime

Lindsey  Sime
  • Research Assistant
  • Gordon/Morgan Lab

Lindsey Sime joined Michigan State in May 2020 as a research assistant in the Gordon/Morgan lab. Prior to relocating to Michigan, she spent two years as a research assistant at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine where she helped investigate altered glutamate neurotransmission in Alzheimer’s disease in the lab of Drs. Kevin and Erin Hascup. Lindsey attended University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire and earned a B.S. in Psychology with an emphasis in behavior analysis and neuroscience. In the lab, Lindsey has experience with various techniques including IHC/ICC, microscopic imaging, rodent stereotactic surgery, and rodent behavior analysis. She is excited to be expanding her skill set through her work in the Gordon/Morgan lab. Outside of the lab, Lindsey enjoys running, golfing, kayaking, skiing and traveling.