Congratulations to Stephanie Steinberg on her first peer reviewed publication! Click on the photo for more info.
Sarah Clark, a graduate student co-advised by Drs. Jessica Turner and Tricia King, recently published the results of her general exam in Neuropsychology Review, entitled Cerebellar Contributions to Proactive and Reactive Control in the Stop Signal Task: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Studies. Congrats on a fantastic contribution to the field, Sarah!
Originally from Minneapolis, Olivia obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Neuroscience and Classical Studies from Colgate University in 2017. During her undergraduate career, Olivia worked on several projects studying traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder at the University of Minnesota and Baylor College of Medicine. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, she joined the Boston University Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Center, where she worked as the Recruitment and Retention Coordinator for the DIAGNOSE CTE Research Project. Olivia is excited to join the King Lab at GSU as a Ph.D. student in clinical neuropsychology in the Fall of 2020. Her research interests include utilizing multimodal neuroimaging techniques to investigate later-life cognitive, behavioral, and mood outcomes in pediatric brain tumor survivors.
We’re looking forward to having Olivia begin her graduate studies with us this fall!
One of our fantastic undergraduate assistants, Courtney Keeler, was just accepted into Columbia University’s M.A. program in clinical psychology with an advanced certificate in Sexuality, Women, and Gender. We are so excited for Courtney as she moves to NYC to begin the next phase of her career!