The PEP lab team is an interdisciplinary group of researchers and students who work together with a common passion towards understanding positive emotional processes and their relevance for understanding psychopathology and human health. We frequently include postdoctoral fellows, post-baccalaureate project coordinators, graduate students, and undergraduate research assistants. We enjoy doing science together, connecting through lab social activities, and strive to promote happiness (just the right amount, of course!).
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June Gruber received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and B.A. in Psychology from UC Berkeley, where she was an NIMH Predoctoral Fellow in Affective Science. Immediately after completing her Ph.D. in 2009, she was hired as an an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Yale University, and in 2014 relocated her laboratory to the University of Colorado Boulder where she is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and Director of the Positive Emotion and Psychopathology Laboratory. Dr. Gruber has authored over 90 articles and chapters and co-edited the book Positive Emotion: Integrating the Light Sides and Dark Sides as well as the forthcoming book Positive Emotion and Psychopathology with Oxford University Press. She enjoys teaching and disseminating the study of emotion and psychopathology, and has directed the Experts in Emotion Interview Series, created an online course in Human Emotion available freely through YouTube and iTunes U, and given a TEDx talk on the “dark side” of happiness. Her work has been recognized by the Association for Psychological Science (APS) Rising Star Award, NARSAD Young Investigator Award, Association for Psychological Science (APS) Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions, and Yale University's Arthur Greer Memorial Prize for Outstanding Junior Faculty. Her work has been funded by the NIMH, NSF, and the Brain and Behavior Foundation (NARSAD), and has received media coverage from the BBC, NPR, New York Times, Huffington Post, Washington Post, Forbes, and Psychology Today. Dr. Gruber is also a licensed clinical psychologist.
Cindy received her B.A. in Psychology and minor in Linguistics from the University of California, Berkeley. She is interested in the etiology and treatment of mental illness, and in particular, how emotion regulation and sleep may be targets for intervention. She is also interested in the stigmatization of mental illness, especially amongst minority populations. Before joining the PEP Lab, she studied resiliency and sex differences in veterans with post-traumatic stress at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. She plans to pursue a doctoral program in Clinical Psychology and combine her love of writing to elucidate the experiences of those living with mental illness. In her free time, she likes to read, draw, practice taekwondo, and attend local punk rock shows. She is excited to be joining the PEP Lab family.
Laura received her B.A. in Psychology from Pomona College in Claremont, CA, where she studied parent-child attachment, internalizing disorders, and emotional experience during the transition to parenthood. She is interested in the roles of positive and negative emotion in parenting and the intergenerational transmission of attachment and psychopathology, as well as clinical interventions targeting these emotions. She also sings and plays the harp! She is thrilled to be joining the PEP Lab where she will be coordinating the Templeton Grant project on transformative life experiences with June Gruber and Sona Dimidjian.
Lara is a 1st year graduate student at the University of Goettingen in Germany and works as a Visiting Research Assistant at the PEP Lab. At the University of Freiburg where she received her B.S. in psychology she has studied attention in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Now she is particularly interested in attentional processes and emotion regulation in bipolar disorder. She hopes to become a clinical psychologist and combine practice and research in the future. In her free time she enjoys hiking, cooking, reading and traveling. Lara is really excited to come to CU Boulder and work at the PEP Lab and looks forward to gaining research experience!
Marianne Reddan is a 3rd-year graduate student in cognitive psychology and affiliated PEP Lab graduate student. She completed her undergraduate in Psychology in the laboratory of Elizabeth Phelps at NYU, and then continued to investigate fear in the laboratory of Daniela Schiller at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Marianne is interested in how emotions are represented in the brain and uses machine learning techniques to 'decode' emotion-related neural activation. Behaviorally, she is interested in empathy, prosociality, and the protective effects of social support. In her rare free time she toys with arduinos and poetry.
Yoni is a doctoral student interested in the brain, emotions, and contemplative science. He is currently investigating the placebo response in the treatment of depression, and the effects of Compassion Meditation on behavior and brain function. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Hollis is a graduate student in the clinical psychology area at CU Boulder. Broadly, she studies the etiology and treatment of alcohol use disorders by combining neuroimaging, genetic and behavioral methods. More specifically, she has become interested in characterizing alcohol-induced adaptations within reward and craving systems in the brain, including the affective contributions to craving as well as the craving for specific emotions.
Jenny is a 1st year social psychology graduate student affiliated with the PEP lab. She is interested in studying how emotions affect individuals' relationship with and behavior towards the natural environment. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in energy and water sustainability from Rice University and her master's degree in environmental management from Duke University.
Hillary is a 6th-year graduate student in clinical psychology at Yale where she has been mentored by June Gruber and Margaret Clark. Despite the distance when the lab moved to CU Boulder from Yale, Hillary continues to actively collaborate with the PEP lab and visit the Rockies often! She is interested in exploring both the functions and dysfunctions associated with positive emotions, and is particularly interested in understanding their role in interpersonal functioning and relationships. Hillary previously worked as a lab manager for the Emotions and Psychophysiology Lab at Vassar College. She received her B.A. from The College of New Jersey and is originally from Pennington, NJ.
Michael is a fifth-year PhD student in Yale's clinical psychology program, where he works with Jutta Joormann. His research aims to document the nature of positive emotion within affective disorders and to identify cognitive and biological mechanisms that underlie positive emotion (dys)regulation within healthy and clinical samples. Michael uses a multitude of methods (e.g., eye-tracking, psychophysiology, EEG) to address these research aims. In his spare time, Michael enjoys hiking the Connecticut trails, surveying the New Haven eateries, and traveling to Colorado to visit the PEP lab!
Aleena is a 6th-year clinical graduate student at Yale University in the Clark Relationship Science Laboratory and is an affiliated student of the PEP lab at University of Colorado Boulder. She is interested broadly in emotion regulation processes and is currently studying relational context factors and individual differences that influence interpersonal emotion regulation with Dr. Margaret Clark. She also studies the psychopathology of bipolar disorder and explores emotion regulation as a way to understand dysfunction in this disorder with Dr. June Gruber.
Leah is a junior studying integrative physiology and neuroscience at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her future goal is to be a physician focusing on neurology or neurosurgery. Leah is a member of Phi Sigma Pi honor fraternity and an officer for Global Medical Brigades. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and finding time to get outdoors and go mountain biking. Leah is interested in the effects of hyperactive mental states on otherwise normal physiological functions. She is looking forward to working with PEP staff and furthering her research knowledge in the lab!
Devin holds a BS in Psychology from Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He moved to Colorado from Traverse City, Michigan. He enjoys swimming, cycling, and hiking and is an avid hockey fan. He is interested in investigating behaviors, traits, and physiological markers that make someone more vulnerable to developing mood disorders, specifically bipolar disorder. He is also interested in researching executive functioning in bipolar disorder patients. He is pursuing his PhD in clinical psychology and wants to work closely with patients. He also hopes to help remove myths and stigmas surrounding mental health disorders. He is very excited to be working within the PEP lab and moving the field of psychology and neuroscience forward.
Liza is a junior studying Psychology and Elementary Education at CU Boulder. She is interested in human emotion and the way that brain function plays a role into emotions and behavior in our every day lives. She hopes to go into Clinical Psychology in the pediatric field once she graduates. In her free time, Liza likes to cook, hike, and spend time with her friends and family. Liza looks forward to researching in the PEP lab!
Duncan is a senior double majoring in Psychology and Sociology in the hopes of becoming a therapist or counselor. He plans to pursue his goal of going to graduate school for either a masters or a PhD. Duncan spends most of his time working as a barista, studying and attending classes. But in his free time he enjoys being outside disc golfing and hiking, grilling, watching rugby and reading. Duncan is the most lovable and kind human being and is super excited to be working in the lab.
Inna is a junior studying Biochemistry and Psychology at the University of Colorado Boulder. She has a passion for kids and currently works in providing therapeutic recreation for kids with disabilities to expand their independence. She is interested in physiological data analysis and the process of research. She is extremely honored to be a part of this team and looks forward to gaining experience and knowledge in research!
Lynden is a senior undergraduate at CU Boulder studying psychology and sociology. In her free time, she enjoys kayaking and horseback riding. Lynden is thrilled to help with the work in the Positive Emotion and Psychopathology Lab and in the Child Bereavement Project in the clinical department of CU's psychology program. In the future, she plans to attend graduate school in order to study counselling and prescribing.
Erika is a sophomore studying Neuroscience at the University of Colorado, Boulder and plans on going to medical school after graduating. She is particularly interested in mood disorders and is excited to work in the lab and learn more about the effect of mood disorder on positive emotion. Outside of classes Erika coaches youth volleyball and volunteers at the physical therapy department on campus. In her spare time she enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.
Dominic is currently a Junior at the University of Colorado, Boulder pursuing studies in Psychology and Writing/Rhetoric. He hopes to examine the efficacy of psychopharmacology at relieving depression and anxiety disorders, as well as pursue possible protective lifestyle changes that can be applied to at risk populations. These curiosities brought him to the PEP lab where he hopes to gain valuable insight for possible future trajectories. When not in the lab or in school, Dominic enjoys camping, hiking, seeing live music, traveling, and mastering the art of flow hooping.
Eva is a junior studying psychology with a minor of ethnic studies at CU Boulder. She was born and raised in Costa Rica and is highly interested in the role that positive and negative emotions play in our daily life. After she graduates, Eva plans on obtaining a PsyD in Clinical Psychology with the goal of working at mental hospitals. In her free time Eva likes to play soccer, hang out with friends and watch movies. She is looking forward to expanding her knowledge and gaining experience in the PEP Lab!
Sigrid is a current junior at CU- Boulder studying Integrative Physiology and receiving her certificate in Public Health. Sigrid is extremely interested in medicine and women's studies. As she thinks about future career paths she would love to combine these two and pursue maternal and child public health as a profession. Outside the classroom, Sigrid enjoys running, biking and practicing yoga. Sigrid is excited to gain experience and insight in maternal mental health with the PEP Lab!
Julia Stern is currently a junior at the University of Colorado, Boulder pursuing a degree in Psychology. She is interested in studying the effects of trauma and utilizing non medicinal ways of coping. She is passionate about eventually gaining her PhD in Psychology but in the mean time eagerly takes advantage of opportunities that expand her world views and experiences. She is an avid traveler, music lover, and originally hales from sunny Los Angeles, California. She is elated to be a part of this hardworking team and is excited to learn as much as possible from this opportunity.
Meaghan is currently a junior pursuing degrees in Psychology and Economics. She is specifically interested in how personalities can shift after any traumatic event and is looking into graduate school in the near future and eventually aspires to be a clinician. In her free time she enjoys volunteering in mental health related fields and being outdoors.
Alayna is a senior at the University of Colorado Boulder, pursing a B.S. in Psychology and a Business minor in Innovation and Financial Analytics. Previously she was a research assistant for a cognitive psychology lab and had an internship at InReach, a psychological non-profit organization. She is currently working at the ADAPT lab at the University of Colorado Boulder as well. She has specific interests in trauma and resilience and how that can contribute to psychopathologies. She plans to continue her education, earning a doctorate in psychology. In her free time she enjoys hiking, traveling, reading and spending time with family and friends. She is looking forward to continuing her education, and gaining experience by working at the PEP and CREST Labs!
Esha is currently in her senior year at the University of Colorado at Boulder pursuing a degree in Psychology. She hopes to one day work with adolescent and young adult survivors of trauma and young adults who struggle with eating disorders. Esha loves working with children of all ages. When she is not in class or working, you can probably hear her walking through campus bursting into song with her Seeing Eye dog, Dragon, by her side. Aside from singing, she loves cooking up new recipes, being outdoors, rock climbing, and connecting with people. Esha is very warm and friendly, so feel free to say hello if you ever see her around town!
Abigail is a senior at CU, studying Psychology with a minor in Philosophy. She plans to attend graduate school and study either clinical psychology or social work. As a former dancer, she is interested in women's health and wellness, and both risk factors, and prevention for those at risk. She enjoys reading, being outdoors, spending time with family, and volunteering for various non-profits in the Boulder area. Abigail is excited to spend her last year as an undergraduate, gaining research experience in the field of Psychology!
Lily is a second year student at the University of Denver studying Psychology and Creative Writing. Through work in the PEP Lab, she hopes to gain insight that might help her throughout her career as she hopes to attend graduate school for psychology and work in counseling. When not in the PEP Lab, she works as a nanny, trains dogs, attempts aerial dance, and tries to spend as much time as possible in nature.
Jennie Jaggers is Psychology major in the University of Colorado at Boulder Class of 2017. Outside of serving as an undergraduate research assistant, she is a Student Ambassador and a member of the Chi Omega sorority. Jennie has also been involved in psychology research at the University of Edinburgh while studying abroad in Scotland. Her interests lie in personality, mood disorders, and psychopathology, and she plans to pursue a doctorate degree. Jennie is incredibly excited to participate in the PEP lab!
Ariel is a 5th year student at CU Boulder pursuing a degree in Psychology, Biology, as well as a minor in Spanish. She's very interested in learning more about how mental health changes during and after major life events. After she graduates, she plans on attending grad school for either Forensic Psychology or Conservation Biology. When she's not in class she enjoys attending concerts, traveling to different parts of her native state Colorado, and playing the sousaphone. Go buffs!
Stephanie is a Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Music double major at the University of Colorado Boulder. She hopes to go to medical school after graduating from college. Outside of academics, Stephanie is in Alpha Phi Omega (a service organization), CU Emergency Medical Services, and CU Timmy Global Health. She is fascinated with psychology and, having had more biological research experience in the past, is very excited to learn more about psychological and clinical research.
Prianca Thirumalai is a recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she acquired her B.A. in Psychology and Evolutionary Biology/Ecology. She has always been captivated by the intricacies of psychology and the plethora of threads from which human experience can be weaved. She believes that both the parallels and variances between humans and other life forms are deserving of significant consideration. Prianca's intrigued by fungi's capability to uniquely affect brain processes via their sometimes psychoactive qualities. She hopes to eventually conduct research with the intention of discovering psychologically beneficial applications of psychoactive compounds that can be derived from the realm of fungi. In her free time, she enjoys artistic pursuits of all varieties, including drawing, graphic design, painting, sculpting, writing, and vegan cooking.
Ali Teague is a junior undergraduate student at CU Boulder studying Psychology and Neuroscience with a minor in Spanish. She is specifically interested in the way mood disorders effect the experience of positive emotions and what roles hormones play in depression and anxiety disorders. Ali plays goalie for the CU Boulder club soccer team, and loves to read in her free time. She plans to attend graduate school for a PhD in Clinical Psychology after she graduates from CU. Ali is excited to be a part of the PEP lab and learn as much as she can about mood disorders and positive emotions.
Hugh is a transfer student working on his B.A. in Psychology at University of Colorado at Boulder. He earned his A.A. from Coastal Carolina Community College in North Carolina. He is interested in motivation and how an emotional state and environment work to affect individuals. He is a returning student after spending four years on active duty for the Marines and is currently a reservist. His interests include many outdoor activities like hiking and skiing and is happy to have returned to Colorado in order to pursue these. Hugh is excited to begin working in research on emotions and thankful to become part of the PEP Lab team.
Lexi is a senior undergraduate double-majoring in Psychology and Photography. She intends to go to graduate school afterwards to pursue a Masters in Social Work. Alexis's interests in psychology include, but are not limited to: school, health, abnormal and cognitive psychology. She hopes to someday incorporate her love of photography in her MSW to create a media arts program for troubled youth.
Marit is a junior studying psychology at the University of Colorado at Boulder. After graduating, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in clinical psychology. She is especially interested in working with children with psychological disorders, as well as studying the neurological bases of Bipolar and ADHD. Marit is thrilled to be gaining research experience as a part of the PEP lab team and is excited to apply her new knowledge to future research projects. When not in class or at the lab, Marit enjoys looking at fish at the aquarium, playing piano, reading, and going on outdoor adventures.
Angie is a Junior studying Psychology and Communication at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is planning to continue her education into graduate school in hopes to become a Clinical Psychologist. Angie wants to help people who suffer from mental illnesses to have a better quality of life. She is currently working as a Resident Adviser, going to school, and is involved in many clubs. When she has free time, she likes to work out, explore Colorado, play video games, or hang out with her friends and sister that is also a CU student. Angie is thrilled to be a part of the PEP lab team!
Tasha is a junior double majoring in Integrated Physiology and Psychology at CU Boulder. She is interested in abnormal psychology and the role that brain function and biology have when a mental illness is present. She hopes to pursue a career in Clinical Psychology once she graduates. Outside of school and the lab she tries to enjoy as much time in nature, but also enjoys playing soccer, cooking, and volunteering at multiple health organizations. Tasha is excited about working in the PEP lab and expanding her knowledge on mood disorders.
Patton is a junior psychology major and is also pursuing his minor in business and a minor in Spanish. He is interested in how concepts of psychology can apply to the workplace and specifically how it can be used to benefit employee selection and to analyze consumer behavior. Additionally, he is interested in addiction and mood disorders and how different factors can contribute to vulnerability to them. He hopes to attend graduate school in the future and is excited to work in the PEP lab to gain some valuable experience. Outside of the lab Patton loves to travel and ski. He has spent 2 summers living in Spain where he has studied and taught English.
Ksusha holds a dual M.B.A./M.S. in Hospitality from University of Nevada Las Vegas. She discovered her passion for psychology while working and conducting research in the field of hospitality. Ksusha is interested in happiness, well-being and the role emotions play in building balanced and meaningful life, as well as in treating common mental disorders, overcoming addiction and other self-destructive behaviors. She is also interested in studying mania, OCD and other mental disorders among exceptionally gifted individuals (i.e. prodigies and acclaimed geniuses). Among her other interests are altruism, philosophy, existentialism, spirituality, mindfulness and meditation, the nature of creative genius and extraordinary achievement. She is currently applying for doctorate programs in social psychology.
Marlene Palomar received her BA in psychology at the University of Colorado Boulder. She is looking to work and further her education in the prevention of child abuse and neglect. She is specifically interested in working with human emotion, especially in infants and children. She spends her time working with children and helping ISPCAN with research at the children's hospital. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, crafting, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. She is excited to gain experience in and be part of the PEP lab!
Emily Burr received her B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University in 2015. She is particularly interested in mood disorders and anxiety and her senior thesis focused on gender differences in displays of anxiety and depression triggered by body image issues. She is also interested in the foundations of mental illness and the role of epigenetics in the course of disorders. Before joining the PEP lab, Emily was a research assistant at Temple University's Adult Anxiety Clinic in Philadelphia working on studies meant to test CBT interventions for patients with social anxiety. Currently, she is a Behavioral Health Technician on an inpatient adult psychiatric unit at the Medical Center of Aurora and she plans to pursue a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. In her free time she enjoys reading and kickboxing.
Luke Weston holds an MPS in clinical psychology and a B.S. from UMD College Park. Prior to coming to Boulder, Luke worked with Dr. De Los Reyes studying informant discrepancies in the assessment of adolescents, taught undergraduate statistics, and worked at the APA streamlining their electronic publication dissemination processes. When he's not busy working as a programmer, Luke is likeliest to be found working in a kitchen cooking and brewing his next meal.
I love the PEP lab.
Rupee is the original PEP lab mascot. Despite her tendency to chew data files and experience "too much" positive emotion, she loves attending lab social events and chasing squirrels.
Ansel is the newest member of the PEP lab. He has been deemed high on sociability and approach related positive affectivity, and continues to work on his emotion down-regulation skillset. He can often be found engaging in tummy-time in the lab.
Aleena Hay, Ph.D. Grad Student (2010-2016); Currently: APA Internship at May Institute
Hillary Devlin, Ph.D. Grad Student (2010-2016); Currently: APA Internship at University of Washington
Holly Earls, Ph.D., Postdoc Affiliate (2014-2016)
Alexsandr Kogan, Ph.D., Postdoc (2010-2012), Currently: Assistant Professor, University of Cambridge
Jonathan Phillips, Ph.D., Grad Student Affiliate (2009-2013), Currently: Postdoc Harvard University
Kirsten Gilbert, Ph.D., Grad Student (2009-2014), Currently: Postdoc, Northwestern University
Yoona Kang, Ph.D., Grad Student Affiliate (2009-2011), Currently: Research Coordinator, Brown University
Monika Lohani, Ph.D., Grad Student Affiliate (2010-2013), Currently: Postdoc, Yale University
Victoria Webb, Grad Student Affiliate (2012-2014), Currently: Ph.D. Student, Yale University
Aleena Hay, Grad Student Affiliate (2011-2013), Currently: Ph.D. Student, Yale University
Amanda Purcell, Lab Manager (2009-2011), Currently: Ph.D. Student, Yale University
Gaia Cooper, Lab Manager (2015-2016)
Elizabeth Reeves, Lab Manager (2012-2013), Currently: Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland
Adam Fields, Senior Thesis Student, Rhodes Scholar Finalist (2009-2012), Currently: M.D. Student, Mt. Sinai
Gregory Barnett, Senior Thesis Student (2009-2010), Currently: M.D. Student, Duke
Razia Sahi, Research Assistant (2016), Currently: M.A. Student, Georgia State
Vina Seelam, Research Assistant (2010-2011), Currently: J.D. Student, Stanford University
Jake Saslow, Recruitment Coordinator (2011-2012), Currently: Ph.D Student, Syracuse University
Winfield Call, Senior Thesis Student (2010-2012), Currently: Ph.D. Student, Rowan University
Franziska Goer, Senior Thesis Student (2010-2012), Currently: MGH Research Coordinator
Syed (Faisal) Hussaini, Research Assistant (2010-2011), Currently: M.D. Student, U Wisconsin-Madison
Christie Musket, Research Assistant (2011-2013), Currently: Ph.D. Student, University of Pittsburgh
Sohini Bandy, Research Assistant (2011-2013), Currently: M.D. Student, UT-Austin
Barbara Paradis, Senior Thesis Student (2013)
Tamara Beetham, Research Assistant (2012-2013)
Talya Feldman, Research Assistant (2012-2013)
Tatiana Piskula, Research Assistant (2012-2013)
Erin Ryan, Research Assistant (2012-2013)
Cristina Ruiz, Senior Thesis Student & RA (2010-2012)
Colleen Hanly, Summer Research Intern (2012)
Nora Thompson, Summer Research Intern (2012)
Laura Dietmann, Summer Research Intern (2012)
Michelle Johnson, Summer Research Intern (2012)
Andrew Duarte, Summer Research Intern (2012)
Hadia Shah, Research Assistant (2011-2012)
Susannah Albert-Chandhok, Research Assistant (2012)
Evan Bragdon, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Madeleine Broder, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Cecilia Brown, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Margaret Brown, Research Assistant (2011)
Marcus Dilallo, Research Assistant (2011-2012)
Joseph Fernandez, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Kristina Foster, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Reuben Hendler, Research Assistant (2011)
Christie Jones, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Melissa Laovie, Research Assistant (2011)
Haikel Lim, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Rowan Lockery, Research Assistant (2011)
Nora Loughry, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Ishtiaq Mawla, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Jenna Medaris, SURF Research Intern (2009)
Alex Milvae, Research Assistant (2010)
Ashley Norris, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Tiffany Pang, Research Assistant (2009-2010)
Emily Pfannenstiel, Research Assistant (2011-2012)
Amy Rodriguez, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Jessica Rosenthal, Research Assistant (2010)
Whitney Quackenbush, Research Assistant (2010-2011)
Jon-Michael Saenz, Research Assistant (2009)
Faith Schombs, Research Assistant (2011)
Ava Socik, Research Assistant (2011)
Marlene Thompson, Summer Research Intern (2011)
Daniel Turcza, Research Assistant (2009)
Su Xiang, Summer Research Intern (2009)
Sophie Arterbrun, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Yuwei Xu, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Melissa Gray, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Ligia Batista, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Joseph Truong, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Olivia Eggert, Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Sunny Dutra, Ph.D., PEP Graduate Student, Currently: Postdoc VA Boston
Brett Ford, Ph.D., PEP Graduate Affiliate, Currently: Asst. Prof University of Toronto
Anny Dow, B.A., Senior Thesis Student
Joseph Fischer, B.A., Senior Thesis Student
Alexa Pages, B.A., Research Assistant (2015-2016)
Aylah Sroloff, B.A., Research Assistant (2015-2016)
Onilia Zorio, B.A., Research Assistant (2015-2016)
Tamsen Francis, B.A., Research Assistant (2014-2015)
Jamie Morgan, B.A., Research Assistant (2015-2016)
Alexander Napolitan, Research Assistant (2015)