Princy Quadros Mennella, PhD, is the Director of the Neuroscience Program at Bay Path University. With a primary research focus on the link between hormones and the brain, Dr. Quadros Mennella earned her doctoral degree from the Neuroscience and Behavior Program at the University of Massachusetts/Amherst. While at the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Quadros Mennella also served as an Assistant Professor of Psychology teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, and co-founding a chapter of the National Neuroscience Honors Society in the Pioneer Valley. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Richmond.

Prior to her position as director at Bay Path, Dr. Quadros Mennella served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Delaware State University where she taught a variety of neuroscience and related courses, trained students in basic neuroscience laboratory techniques, and supervised independent research projects. At Delaware, she initiated and participated in several statewide programs to foster awareness and excitement among high school students about the profession, including the Delaware Brain Bee Competition (founder and organizer), Neuroscience Open House, and the Bernard Harris Exxon Mobil Summer Science Camp.

Dr. Quadros Mennella has been the recipient of many research grants and funding which has led to co-authorship on several publications that have appeared in leading journals. These include the Journal of Neuroendocrinology, Developmental Psychobiology, Developmental Neurobiology, and Endocrinology. Dr. Quadros Mennella has presented her research at dozens of national and international conferences in the last two decades. In addition, she has been invited to present on several topics related to neuroscience, including endocrine disruptors, neuroscience of learning and the neuroscience of growth mindset. She is affiliated with the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience and the Society for Neuroscience. Dr. Quadros Mennella has co-authored numerous papers that have appeared in several leading publications, including the Journal of Neuroendocrinology, Developmental Psychobiology, Developmental Neurobiology, and Endocrinology. She is affiliated with the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience and the Society for Neuroscience.