Olivia Haller, B.A. and Holly Aleksonis, M.A. have a new publication titled “White matter hyperintensities relate to executive dysfunction, apathy, but not disinhibition in long-term adult survivors of pediatric cerebellar tumor” in Neuroimage: Clinical. You can read the article here. Congrats Holly and Olivia!
We are proud to share that Eric Semmel has recently received two student awards! Eric was awarded the Richard Morrell Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology Award for demonstrating breadth in his development as a psychologist including excelling in professional development, teaching, and service. Eric was also granted the GSU Dissertation Award for his dissertation entitled “Graph analysis of resting state functional brain networks and associations with cognitive outcomes in survivors of pediatric brain tumor.” We are so happy to see Eric’s impressive work recognized!
Congratulations to Olivia Haller for the successful funding of the grant she co-wrote with Ciera Lewis, Caitlin Schneider, Anne Wekheiser, and Simone Sanders entitled Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP): A Meaningful Mentoring Extension of the Student Training Equity Project (STEP) Pilot. The grant will build on the existing STEP project, which aims to facilitate admission to graduate training for racially and ethnically diverse students. The new grant, PREP, will have an increased focus on graduate to undergraduate mentorship.
It was great having everyone together to celebrate the end of the semester and kick off the holiday season. Thanks to everyone for their hard work this year and we hope you enjoy the time off.