Andrew Neff is a visiting assistant professor at Indiana University Bloomington, where he teaches introductory psychology and a neuroscience lab course on EEG. Before joining IU, he conducted research at Emory University on undergraduate education, student well-being and the prospect of emerging neurotechnologies like focused ultrasound as a drug delivery technique.
Neff completed his Ph.D. in translational neuroscience studying the gut microbiome and its connection with the brain and behavior. He is publishing a textbook titled “Foundations of Biological Psychology” with Cambridge University Press, planned for release in 2024.
Areas of Expertise
Neuroscience, mental health, education, psychology, technology, psychedelic drugs.