Costanza Carmi joined AROG Pharmaceuticals in January 2019 as a Clinical Research Associate Consultant for Italy and Europe. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Cognitive Science from Goucher College in Baltimore, MD and her Master’s degree in Neuroscience from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich in Germany.
Before joining AROG Pharmaceuticals, Costanza’s focus was mainly in research. She conducted her master’s thesis research at the National Institute on Drug Abuse in the Synaptic Plasticity Section where she used novel virus tools to disinhibit the pathway between the prefrontal cortex and nucleus accumbens in mouse models to test for its potential neuroprotective effect in mood disorders. She also had projects at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry and the Medical University of South Carolina as well as the University of Parma, where she worked on mirror neuron research.