Biology Seminar Series
Associate Professor, Leila Jabbour, Ph.D. is a passionate career educator currently teaching biology, anatomy, and physiology at Rivier University. Dr. Jabbour grew up in France and earned a Bachelor of Science in Cell Biology with a Biochemistry minor, from the Sorbonne University in Paris, France. She has a Doctor of Philosophy in Anatomy – Molecular Biology track, from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, where she also pursued a post-doctoral fellowship in the Pathology department.
Her research is focused on investigating the effects of opioids on the human brain. Her interest in drug use disorder began when she volunteered for the Cleveland medical examiner. In collaboration with the New Hampshire medical examiner, Dr. Jabbour generated a unique brain specimen collection, from human brains collected at autopsy of opioid overdose. Her seminar is titled “The effects of opioids on the human brain – a long-lasting grip”
Biology Club & Clinical Science Club
Clinical Science Club