Keely A. Muscatell

PhD, Assistant Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience, UNC-Chapel Hill, Cancer Prevention and Control

PhD
Assistant Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience
UNC-Chapel Hill
Cancer Prevention and Control

Area of interest

Muscatell studies how social experiences (e.g., stress, social status, inequality, discrimination, loneliness, social support) influence physical health and emotional well-being, incorporating techniques from social neuroscience and psychoneuroimmunology to identify pathways linking the social environment and health outcomes.

Awards and Honors

  • UNC Dept. of Psychology and Neuroscience Faculty Research Mentoring Award 2017
  • 2014 American Psychosomatic Society Young Investigator Colloquium
  • 2014 UCSF Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds Trainee Award
  • 2013 American Psychosomatic Society Travel Award for MacLean Scholars
  • 2012 American Psychosomatic Society Citation Poster Award
  • 2011 Western Psychological Association Robert L. Solso Research Award
  • 2011 American Psychosomatic Society Travel Award for MacLean Scholars
  • 2011 American Psychosomatic Society Citation Poster Award
  • 2010 American Psychosomatic Society Citation Poster Award
  • 2010 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference Travel Award
  • 2010-2011 Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, “Biobehavioral Aspects of Physical and Mental Health,” NIMH Training Grant T32 MH015750-21
  • 2009-2012 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
  • 2008-2009 UCLA Graduate Fellowship, UCLA Department of Psychology and UCLA Graduate Division

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