Doctoral Candidate, Developmental Psychology
530 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
My research focuses on the neurogenetic mechanisms of stress sensitivity that link adverse environmental experiences to socioemotional outcomes in disadvantaged youth. Methods I use in my research include observational coding, clinical interviews, fMRI, statistical genetics, and physiological indicators of stress (e.g., cortisol). I primarily work with the Fragile Families neuroimaging cohort (PI: Monk), Michigan Twins Study (PI: Hyde), and Pitt Mother and Child Project (PI: Shaw).