Research Team

Our lab members include research faculty, post-doctoral scientists, master’s and doctoral students, post-baccalaureate researchers, and undergraduate students. Our members have expertise and background in neuroimaging, cognitive neuroscience, clinical neuropsychology, developmental psychology, computational science and bioinformatics, linguistics, and neuroanatomy.

Interested in joining our team? Current positions can be found here! We also offer research opportunities to highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students. For more information, email



Ralph-Axel Müller, Ph.D.Photo of Ralph-Axel Mueller — Professor, Lab Director

Dr. Müller, aka Axel, has specialized in functional brain imaging of neurodevelopmental disorders and typical child development for over 20 years. Following postdoctoral work on functional plasticity in children with early brain damage, he has applied neuroimaging techniques in autism since the late 1990s. He founded the Brain Development Imaging Laboratory in 2001. He is also one of the founding members of the SDSU Center for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN).



Inna Fishman, Ph.D. —  Research Associate Professor, Associate Clinical Director
Research Interests:  Social Brain Networks in ASD; Early Brain Development in ASD


Inna’s broad research interests lie in understanding neural mechanisms underlying human social behavior. Her current research efforts focus on applying multimodal approaches (EEG, fcMRI, DTI) to examine the connectivity patterns in brain networks associated with social cognition in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Inna’s research has been funded by the Autism Science Foundation (ASF) and NIMH (K01 and BRAINS R01 awards). Her current work is focusing on characterizing structure and function of cortical networks at the time of first behavioral signs of autism (at age 1.5-2 years), and tracking changes in brain network organization through the full symptom manifestation at age 4-5 years. For more information on Dr. Fishman’s current projects, see


Ruth Carper, Ph.D.  Research Associate Professor, Associate Director
Research Interests:  Neuroanatomy of ASD

Ruth has two areas of research focusing on the brain bases and long-term phenomenology of autism spectrum disorders. (1) She uses structural MRI and Diffusion Tensor Imaging to study the neuroanatomy of autism, how it changes during development, and how these structural differences help to explain differences in cognition. She is working with other BDIL members to combine measures of anatomical connectivity (DTI) with measures of functional connectivity (fcMRI) to better understand the brain bases of autism-related behaviors in toddlers, adolescents, and mature adults.  (2) Ruth also has a strong interest in how adults with autism fare as they age.  She currently leads a study examining 40 to 65 year olds with autism.


Principal Investigators & Faculty

jaokeehn_cropR. Joanne Jao Keehn, Ph.D.  Research Assistant Professor
Research Interests:  Neural and Behavioral Development of Multisensory Processing in ASD

Dr. Jao Keehn’s research interests focus on the development of neural and behavioral mechanisms underlying visual, haptic, and multisensory processing in children with and without autism spectrum disorders. Her work currently involves the use of multimodal imaging techniques, including task-based functional MRI and functional connectivity MRI among others, to examine the impact of sensory development on socio-communicative abilities in young children (aged 4-7 years) with autism.




Annika Linke, Ph.D.  Adjunct Professor
Research Interests:  Neural Mechanisms of Development

Dr. Linke received her doctorate in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Cambridge in England and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Brain and Mind Institute, Western University in Canada. Her main interest is understanding how brain function changes over the course of development, and how it is altered in neurodevelopmental disorders. She has worked with neonates, infants, children and adults




Photo of Mikaela KinnearMikaela Kinnear, Ph.D.  Adjunct Professor
Research Interests: Social Cognition & Behavior in Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Dr. Kinnear received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from University of Colorado, Boulder where her dissertation focused on understanding social functioning in adolescents and young adults with ADHD and continued her research as a postdoctoral fellow at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego, working on studies examining novel assessment and intervention techniques for children and adults with ASD. At BDIL Dr. Kinnear pursues her research interests in understanding the mechanisms underlying social communication challenges across the lifespan in individuals with ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders.

Post-Doctoral Fellows



Janice Hau, Ph.D.  Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Research Interests:  Atypical Structural Connectivity in ASD

Janice received her doctorate in Neuroscience from the University of Bordeaux where her dissertation work focused on using diffusion MRI to study the connectional anatomy of white matter pathways and their asymmetry and variability. Her current research interests span across the neuroanatomy of fiber pathways and diffusion MRI methods, and focus on understanding atypical structural connectivity in autism spectrum disorder using diffusion MRI combined with other imaging methods






   Jonni Johnson, Ph.D.  Postdoctoral Research Fellow
   Research Interests:  Neuroinformatics

    Dr. Jonni Johnson graduated from the University of California Davis with a PhD in developmental psychology. She is             interested in memory development in those with and without autism. As the Oscar Kaplan postdoctoral fellow, she is now incorporating cognitive neuroscience imaging techniques to study memory and autism, applying such findings to the legal and educational systems.

Graduate Students



Bosi Chen  Doctoral Student

Bosi is a doctoral student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. She graduated from New York University with B.A. in Psychology and Economics. She then worked as a Research Associate at the NYU Child Study Center to study the underlying neural mechanisms of autism and ADHD in children and adolescent. Her current research interest is in brain development of autism with a focus on resting state functional connectivity and neural correlates of restricted and repetitive behaviors.



Feifei Gao  Doctoral Student

Research Project: Heterogeneity of Language Network Connectivity in ASD

Feifei is a PhD student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at SDSU and UCSD. She received her bachelor of science in neuroscience from University of Illinois at Chicago. Her research interests include exploring higher cognition and phenomonology of neurodevelopmental disorders using multimodal imaging techniques. Prior to working at BDIL, Feifei studied hallucinations and sensory processing



Afrooz Jahedi, M.A.  Doctoral Student

Research Project:  Diagnostic Prediction in Autism using Conditional Random Forest with resting state fcMRI

Afrooz received her second Masters degree in biostatistics from San Diego State University. She got her first Masters in Mathematical statistics from Shiraz University in Iran. Her research interests include Machine Learning and Data Mining, and analyzing the behavior of high-dimensional learning algorithms. She is particularly interested in the computational aspect of learning and decision making.




Jiwandeep Kohli, M.A.  Doctoral Student

Research Interests:  Cortical Macro & Microstructure in ASD; Multimodal Neuroimaging Methods

Jiwan completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology at UC Berkeley and received a master’s in Psychology with an emphasis in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience at SDSU. He is broadly interested in applications of multimodal neuroimaging techniques to study ASD and other neurodevelopmental pathology. His current focus lies in structural and diffusion MRI modalities, which he applies to investigate differences in the trajectory of both macroscopic and microscopic features of cortical development in ASD.


Lisa Mash, M.S. — Doctoral Student

Research Interests: Dynamic Functional Connectivity; Multimodal Neuroimaging Methods

Lisa is a PhD student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. She graduated from Binghamton University with a B.S. in Neuroscience, and then worked at Vanderbilt University studying the neural basis of sensory dysfunction in children and adults with autism



lindsayLindsay Olson — Doctoral Student

Research Interests: Early social and brain development; Health disparities in underserved communities

Lindsay is a PhD student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at SDSU and UC San Diego. She received her BA in Psychology from Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington where she studied the effects of socio-economic status on adolescent identity development. After graduating, she studied pragmatic language use in children with and without ASD as a research assistant at Oregon Health & Science University.


Maya Reiter — Doctoral Student

Research Interests: Multi-modal neuroimaging in ASD; Quality of life and psychological well-being

Maya studies the neural substrates of Autism Spectrum Disorder using neuroimaging methods such as fMRI, DTI and MRS. Her research seeks to identify neural mechanisms that are linked to positive outcome and psychological well-being in this population during key stages of life. Maya joined BDIL in August of 2016 as a doctoral student in SDSU/UC San Diego’s Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

Tiffany Wang — Doctoral Student

Tiffany is a PhD student in the Psychology department at UC San Diego (UCSD). After graduating from UCSD with a B.A/B.S in psychology and biology, she worked with Dr. Aubyn Stahmer at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center on ways to deliver evidence-based practices into community settings. Tiffany is jointly working with our lab, as well as with Dr. Leslie Carver’s Developmental Neuroscience Lab at UCSD. She is interested in identifying biological or behavioral markers in infants and toddlers at risk for autism.

Molly Wilkinson  Doctoral Student

Molly received her B.S. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University and is currently a student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology. Molly has focused on ASD research the past few years, working in a neuroimaging lab at Boston Children’s Hospital, a pharmacology lab at George Washington University, and an emotional processing and cognition lab at the Yale Child Study Center. Most recently, she was a behavior therapist for kids with ASD. She is interested in girls with ASD, as well as development over the lifespan in individuals with ASD.


Michael Olson  Master’s Student

Research Interests: Functional Connectivity in ASD

Michael received his B.S. in Neuroscience and Psychology from Regis University in Denver, Colorado and is currently a master’s student in psychology at SDSU. His research interests include using functional and structural neuroimaging methods to better understand behavior and neural mechanisms underlying ASD.





Cynthia Ibarra  Master’s Student

Cynthia is a master’s student in Psychology at SDSU. She graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a B.S. in Psychology. As an undergrad, she investigated the role of interactive media and individual differences in children’s cognitive development. She is interested in examining the neural mechanisms underlying social processes in children with ASD.




Fatima Tuz-Zahra— Master’s Student

Fatima is a graduate student in Statistics. She is interested in using statistics to solve complex problems. She is part of the Bioinformatics group at BDIL and is currently, she is working on clustering techniques to identify sub-types in autism.



Adam Schadler— Master’s Student

Adam received his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. While there, he worked in a lab that studied attention and multimodal sensory integration. Currently, he is a Master’s student at SDSU. He is also potentially interested in both the neurophysiological underpinnings of autism and how such findings can be used to better differentiate and diagnose individuals on the Spectrum.

Research Staff


Ian Shryock  Lab Coordinator

Ian graduated from UC Santa Cruz with degrees in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science. Since then, he has taught AP Psychology and worked as a Behavior Interventionist. Additionally, he was a research assistant at the SDSU Center for Understanding and Treating Anxiety, focusing on the role of attentional bias in anxiety disorders and the psychometric properties of laboratory measures of attention. In BDIL since 2018, Ian coordinates all aspects of the Aging in Autism Project and serves as a supervisor to BDIL Research Assistants. Ian plans to pursue a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology.


Vinton Omaleki — Community Outreach Coordinator

Vinton is a recent graduate of SDSU’s Masters of Public Health program in Health Promotion and Behavioral Science. Specializing in Community Engagement, Vinton is helping us build trust and partnerships between BDIL and the many communities throughout San Diego County and beyond.


Mikaela (Mikki) Orner  Project Coordinator

Mikki received her B.S. in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience from UC San Diego in March of 2018. During her time at UCSD she was a research assistant in the Infant Vision Lab and the Wellness Initiative for Senior Enrichment (WISE) Lab. She plans to obtain a graduate degree in Clinical Psychology and hopes to become a Clinical Neuropsychologist. At BDIL, she coordinates participant recruitment for the children and adolescent studies while also conducting cognitive assessments and MRI scans.


Chris Fong Photo of Chris Fong Research Associate

Chris received his B.S. in Psychology from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and has completed Masters Thesis in psychology at SDSU. In his thesis project, Chris examined functional brain network development in children with ASDs. He is currently working on completing several manuscripts and is assisting with many aspects of the Toddler and Aging Project, including Toddler night scans and neuropsychological assessment of adults with ASDs. Chris’ research interests lie in the intersection between neuropsychology and neuroimaging throughout lifespan.


Research Assistants


Wanda Snell Post Baccalaureate Research Assistant

Wanda has been a research assistant at BDIL since July 2017. She graduated from UC Berkeley in June 2016, where she obtained a B.A. in Psychology. During her undergraduate studies she conducted research at Berkeley’s Auditory Perception Lab, where she investigated semantic and phonetic comprehension for cochlear implant technologies. She is interested in developing expertise in brain imaging methods, and is currently an EEG technician for Grossmont Hospital’s Electrodiagnostic Center. Wanda is planning to apply to medical schools in the near future.




Chantal Chaaban Undergraduate Research Assistant

Chantal Chaaban is an undergraduate student at SDSU studying Psychology. She joined BDIL in October 2017 and has been assisting with the Aging in ASD study by scoring behavioral protocols, entering data, and attending MRI scans. She has a passion for working with children and plans to be a Pediatric Occupational Therapist in the near future. Outside of school and research, she interns for an Occupational Therapist and helps kids improve their cognitive, motor, and social skills.


Michelle Ortega Undergraduate Research Assistant

Michelle Ortega is an undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Counseling and Social Change and an Honors Minor in Interdisciplinary studies from the Weber Honors College. She joined BDIL in September of 2017. She mainly works with the Adult ASD Study by scoring neuropsychological assessments and helping with MRI scans. She is also working with the Diffusion Tensor Imaging software “TRACULA” to examine white matter tracts in the brain. In the future, she hopes to pursue a Clinical Neuropsychology program and obtain her PhD. She has a passion for autism and would love to continue to specialize in autism research/treatment.


Katherine Paszek— Post Baccalaureate Research Assistant

Katherine has been a research assistant at BDIL since December 2017. She graduated from Syracuse University in May 2017 where she obtained a B.S in Psychology. Katherine has been involved in Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy as well as intervention research since May of 2016 and hopes to further her education through obtaining a PhD in Clinical Psychology. She is passionate about autism research and hopes to learn more about the neurological signs of autism to further and expand opportunities for treatment for individuals with autism.



Mercedes Palacio Undergraduate Research Assistant

Mercedes is an SDSU student, majoring in Psychology with a minor in statistics. Mercedes joined BDIL in January 2018 and is assisting with the Toddler Project. She is passionate about childhood development and neuroscience and hopes to further expand her knowledge on cognitive neuroscience to better understand and provide for children with neurological disorders. In the near future she hopes to obtain her Ph.D. in clinical neuropsychology with an emphasis in pediatrics..


Ashley Baker— Undergraduate Research Assistant

Ashley is an undergraduate student at SDSU studying psychology with a statistics minor. She joined the lab in January 2018 and is assisting with the Aging in ASD project through data entry and scoring. In the future she would like to pursue a doctoral degree in neuropsychology, specializing in autism and neurodegenerative disorders.



Ian Martindale Undergraduate Research Assistant

Ian is a third-year undergraduate and is majoring in psychology at SDSU. He joined BDIL in January 2018. He is interested in social development and neuropsychology. After graduating, he plans on pursuing a PhD.



Ryan Tung Undergraduate Research Assistant

Ryan Tung is a first year undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in psychology. He joined BDIL in February 2018. He is interested in neuropsychology. In the future, he plans to obtain a PhD in Neuropsychology and be a researcher.



Ashley Manley — Post Baccalaureate Research Assistant

Ashley is a graduate from California State University, San Marcos (CSUSM) and obtained a B.A. in Child and Adolescent Development. She joined the BDIL lab in November 2017 as a research assistant. She hopes to continue her education to obtain a PhD and is interested in developmental psychology and neuropsychology.



Julia Pastrana Undergraduate Research Assistant

Julia is an undergraduate student at SDSU working towards a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Child and Family Development. She joined the lab as a research assistant in January 2018 and mainly focuses on the child and adolescent studies. Julia enjoys working with children and is greatly interested in disorders of development. As a research assistant, she hopes to learn more about child development, as well as different approaches to help those affected by developmental disorders. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career as a Occupational Therapist for elementary school-aged children.


Kimberley D’Acquisto Undergraduate Research Assistant

Kimberley is an undergraduate at SDSU studying psychology. She joined BDIL in July 2018. She is interested in developmental psychology and neuropsychology. After graduating, she would like to pursue a career in research.



Kalekirstos Alemu Undergraduate Research Assistant

Kalekirstos is graduate from San Diego State University where he double majored in Public Health and Psychology. He joined BDIL as a research assistant in July 2018. He hopes to attain a doctoral degree in neuropsychology and become a researcher




Nicholas HarpsterUndergraduate Research Assistant

Nick is an undergraduate pursuing a degree in Psychology and IO emphasis with a Business Management minor graduating in one semester. He hopes to attend graduate school for IO psychology and work as a private consultant for businesses. He has been with the lab since June 2018.



Michael ApostolUndergraduate Research Assistant

Michael is a third year psychology major studying at the University of San Diego. He joined BDIL during August 2018 and currently works on the toddler study. His interests include the intersection of science and philosophy, nature as a therapeutic tool, clinical psychology, and the relationship between depression and creativity. After graduating in 2020 he plans on pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology.




Tamae SugiuraPost Baccalaureate Research Assistant

Tamae graduated from the University of San Diego with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in German. She joined the BDIL lab in June 2018 and is part of the Toddler Study Project, which utilizes MRI to detect Autism Spectrum Disorder biomarkers in early development. Tamae plans to pursue a graduate degree for speech pathology.




Monica DeyskiUndergraduate Research Assistant

Monica is an undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in Psychology with an Honors Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies from the Weber Honors College. She joined the lab in January of 2018 and is currently working on the child and adolescent study. Monica has a passion for understanding the correlation between the action patterns of the brain and its resulting behaviors, as well as comprehending the brain patterns of those struggling with neuropsychological disorders. She hopes to follow up this experience with graduate school, and ultimately obtain a doctorate degree in neuropsychology.

Mari Arcadio Arce— Post Baccalaureate Research Assistant

Mari graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She’s been volunteering at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center for over a year studying the implementation strategies used to treat children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She joined BDIL to gain experience working with imaging techniques such as MRI. She is also hoping to gain expertise and mastery performing quality checks to imaging scans as well as scoring assessments. Mari plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Neuropsychology.

Past Post-Doctoral Researchers (and Where Are They Now)

Katherine Turner, Ph.D.  Associate Director of Psychology Undergraduate Advising, SDSU

Erica Palmer, Ph.D. — Research Scientist, Pacific Science & Engineering Group, Inc.

Monika Kast, Ph.D. — School Psychologist, Zurich School District, Switzerland

Dinesh Shukla, Ph.D. Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, University of Maryland

A.R. Jac Fredo, Ph.D. Centre for Bio Devices and Signal Analysis (VALENS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


Past Graduate Students (and Where Are They Now)

Angela Abbott, M.A. — Psychometrist, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, AZ

Surina Basho, Ph.D — Director of Research in Learning Disabilities, Morrisey-Compton Educational Center, San Francisco, CA

Christine Brown, M.A. — Director of Research and Compliance, Pacific Science & Engineering Group, Inc.

Laurie Brenner, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Dept. of Neurology, University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA

Erin Burns, M.A.  Lab Manager, The Child Language and Cognitive Processes Lab, SDSU

Colleen Chen, M.A. — Doctoral Student in Cognitive Science, UC Irvine

Mike Datko, Ph.D.  Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts School of Medicine, Worcester, MA

Janae Deyoe, M.A Study Coordinator, UC San Diego CARE Program

Michael Gaffrey, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University

Merage Ghane, B.S. — Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, Virginia Tech

Emily Grenesko, M.A. — Neuroimaging Research Manager, UCSD Eating Disorders Treatment and Research Program

Kai Hwang, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Iowa

Kiley Hill, M.A.  Research Assistant, Gleeson Neurogenetics Lab, UC San Diego

Amanda Kahn, M.A.  Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, Suffolk University

Brandon Keehn, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University, Indiana

Chris L. Keown, M.A. — Doctoral Student in Cognitive Science, UCSD

Anna Christina Macari, M.A. Neuroimaging Research Associate, UCSD

Samantha Marshall, M.A. Instructor, MiraCosta College, San Diego, CA

Alecia Moser, M.S.  Graduate Student at Binghamton University

Aarti Nair, Ph.D. — Postdoctoral Fellow, UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

Sangeeta Nair, M.A. — Doctoral Student in Behavioral Neuroscience, University of Alabama at Birmingham 

Birgit Öttl, Ph.D. — Professional School of Education, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Erin Parks, Ph.D.  Clinical Psychologist, Director of Outreach and Admissions, UC San Diego Eating Disorders Center

Theo Perrod Uwimana, M.S. (Visiting Graduate Student) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)

Colin Porter, M.A.

Mike Rubio, M.A., BCBA —Case Manager, Psychiatric Centers at San Diego (PCSD)

Sandra Sanchez, M.A.  Study Coordinator, UC San Diego CARE Program

Mark Shen, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Patricia Shih, M.A. Doctoral Student in Cognitive Neuroscience, Brown University

Claire Stewart, M.A. — Research Associate, Affiliated Research Institute

Vicky Weiqi Zhao, M.A. Doctoral Student in Cognitive Science, UC San Diego

Aina Eill, M.A.


Past Research Staff (and Where Are They Now)

Shadia Assi, M.P.H. Dept. of Family Medicine and Public Health, UC San Diego

Sarah Reynolds


Past Undergraduate Students (and Where Are They Now)

Akiko Mizuno, Ph.D. — Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, Carnegie-Mellon University

Aurora Ramos, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Coastal Georgia, Brunswick, GA

Becky Bazzill, B.A.

Brad Monk, M.A.  Doctoral Student in Psychology, UC San Diego

Brent Jensen, B.A. — Post-Baccalaureate Research Assistant, Center for Understanding and Treating Anxiety

Francisco Velasquez, Ph.D. Integrated Brain Imaging Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Jeff Treiber, M.D. Resident Physician, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Lancey Pratt, B.A. — Doctoral Student in Speech, University of Colorado, Boulder

Michael Toussaint, B.A. — Master’s Student in Neuropsychology, University of Maastricht

Michele Villalobos, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor and Clinical Director of TEACCH Autism Center, UNC School of Medicine

Omar Maximo, B.A.  Doctoral Student in Developmental Psychology, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Ryan Cardinale, B.A.  Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, University of Michigan

Saba Al-Jawad, B.A. — Research Technician, Johnson & Johnson

Jansyn Spradling, B.A.  PsyD Student, Alliant University, San Diego

Sarah Levy, B.A.  Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology, Suffolk University

Kelly Leyden, B.A. — Doctoral Student in Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK

Shae Dinino, M.A.  Doctoral Student in Neurobiology and Behavior, University of Washington

Shelly Jones, B.A.

Valerie Posada, B.A.

Yuliana Cabrera, B.A. — Project Coordinator, UCS Alzheimer’s Therapeutic Research Institute (ATRI)

Nicholas Ray, B.A. — Graduate Student at Harvard Graduate School of Education

Laura Alba, M.A.  Doctoral Student in School Psychology at UC Riverside

Seraphina Solders, B.A. — Doctoral Student in Neuroscience at UCSD

Nicole Baggett, B.A.  Doctoral Student in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University

Elly Pueschel, B.A. Doctoral Student in Developmental Psychology at University of Southern California (USC)

Irene Demarco, B.A. Traveling the world post-graduation

Courtney Parker, M.A., APPC 

Fardowsa Hassan, B.A.

Juliana Lucena, B.A.

Camilla Catignas, B.S.