Three of Dr. Debra Bangasser’s Undergraduate Students received important awards. Sabina Khantsis received the Bayne B. and Frances E. Isaacson Scholarship from the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University. CLA Neuroscience Students, Adam Hawkins and Hannah Simko, won 2nd prize and 1st prize in the Neuroscience Distinction Poster Competition.
Sarah Malanut, an honors student working with Hongling Xie, has won this year’s Clifford M. Kilger Memorial Award. This award is given to a graduating senior who has obtained an outstanding average in psychology and plans to pursue an advanced degree in the field. Sarah will pursue her PhD in Developmental Psychology at University of…
Alumni News: Shari Jager-Hyman Awarded American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Young Investigator Grant
Shari Jager-Hyman, Ph.D., a graduate of the clinical program (mentor: Lauren Alloy, Ph.D.) and currently in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, was awarded an American Foundation of Suicide Prevention Young Investigator Grant. The project is focused on the relation between anxiety and suicide attempts in an Emergency Department sample.
Dina Kinner, a clinical psychology graduate student of Dr. Richard Heimberg, has accepted a trauma recovery post-doctoral residency position at the Durham VA Medical Center, with emphases in women’s health and male military sexual trauma.
Rachel Poole, a BCS graduate student of Tom Gould, has accepted a postdoctoral position at Monell Chemical Senses Center.
BCS graduate student Kinnari Atit has accepted a postdoctoral position in the School of Education (SOE) and the Center for Talented Youth (CITY) at Johns Hopkins University.
Molly Dawes, a Developmental Psychology graduate student working with Dr. Hongling Xie, accepted a postdoctoral fellowship position at Virginia Commonwealth University. She will be working with Dr. Thomas Farmer in the School of Education.
Tim Valshtein and Ricmond Carlton were recently recognized for their poster presentations: Richmond Carlton: His poster won first place at the annual Psi Chi Research Day. Judging was done by Psi Chi officers on appearance, content, and presentation. Tim Valshtein: Organization: Eastern Psychological Association of Graduate Students Award: 3rd Place in the Fourth Annual EPAGS…
Mary Iampietro, a Clinical Psychology Graduate Student in Dr. Tania Giovannetti’s lab, has accepted a two-year pediatric neuropsychology residency at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore.
Gregory Seidel, a Clinical Psychology Graduate Student in Dr. Tania Giovannetti’s lab, has accepted a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Neurology at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia.