James Coleman, Jr.
James graduated from Northeastern University in Spring 2020 with his B.S. in behavioral neuroscience. During his undergraduate career, James was involved in both human and rodent research investigating topics such as sleep, memory, and cannabinoids. After graduating, James worked as a research associate in the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute where he used ex vivo electrophysiology to study the genetic basis of schizophrenia and evaluate novel therapeutic compounds. Currently, James is a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Lab for Neuropsychiatry and Neuromodulation where he treats patients in the TMS Clinical Service and conducts research on the application of TMS for major psychiatric disorders. In his spare time, James enjoys outdoor activities in his home state of New Hampshire and playing board games with friends.