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Benjamin Thompson

Boston University School of Medicine,
Division of Graduate Medical Sciences,Behavioral Neuroscience


Ben has two masters degrees, his most recent being from Boston University. In laboratory, Ben has been able to explore his passion in the capacity of a research assistant. His duties have included the recruitment of potential research participants, conducting neuropsychological interviews and MRI scans on participants, and assisting with the preparation of journal articles for publication. Ben was especially helpful in the writing and editing of a soon-to-be-published book entitled Neuroscience of Addiction Recovery: Demystification of the Twelve-Steps Program and Fellowship, which suggests a strategy for conceptualizing the molecular neurobiology relevant to the twelve-step program of addiction recovery. Ben’s future research interests as a graduate student in the Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. Program at BUSM include continued investigations into alcoholism and other addictions.

Research Interest

He is interested in the “science of religion” as it pertains to spirituality and addiction.