Alice graduated from Agnes Scott College with a B.S. in Neuroscience in 2018. As an undergraduate, she worked primarily in the lab of Dr. Stacey Dutton researching the effects of curcumin on epilepsy. During the end of her undergraduate research, Alice became interested in the intersection between depression and epilepsy, which led her to become particularly interested in the mechanisms underlying depression and other psychiatric conditions. During her free time, Alice likes to explore Atlanta in search of the best coffee in town, listen to podcasts, and taking nature photos.