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Angela Scibelli Clute

Angela’s experience centers on the neurobiology of drug and alcohol addiction and addiction-related behaviors.  She has over 14 years of practice in research design and data collection and analysis.  Angela has co-authored seven scientific papers and a book chapter.  She has co-taught the Colorado College course The Economics of Addiction for the past four years.

Angela earned her B.A. in Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience from Scripps College.  Following college, she worked as a research technician at MassGeneral Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease and Harvard Medical School.  She holds a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Oregon Health & Sciences University. Angela also works as a scientific consultant to a Colorado-based nutraceutical company.  

When not working, she is busy running after her two young children (and sometimes her husband) around her home in the mountains near Colorado Springs.  Her hobbies include paper crafting, gardening, reading, and spending time outdoors with her family.