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. — 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, which became Brain Development Imaging Laboratories in 2016. 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 Neuroscience and Social Brain Networks in ASD; Early Brain Development in ASD

Dr. Fishman’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). Dr. Fishman’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

Dr. Carper 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) Dr. Carper 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.  Research Assistant 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 extensive experience with neuroimaging neonates, infants, children and adults.



Post-Doctoral Fellows

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

Dr. Hau 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.

Graduate Students

Bosi Chen  Doctoral Student
Research Interests:  Early brain development, Sensory processing abnormality in ASD, Multimodal brain imaging

Bosi is a doctoral student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, co-mentored by Dr. Fishman and Dr. Marty Sereno, Director of the SDSU MRI Center. 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 early child and brain development in autism, with a particular focus on sensory brain circuits and sensory processing abnormalities.


Jiwandeep Kohli, M.A., M.S.  Doctoral Student
Research Interests:  Cortical Macro- & Microstructure in ASD; Multimodal Neuroimaging Methods

Jiwan is a PhD student in the Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at SDSU and UCSD, mentored by Dr. Carper. 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. Jiwan is a recipient of the Autism Speaks Predoctoral Fellowship.



Michaela Cordova,  — Doctoral Student
Research Interests: Dynamic Functional Connectivity; Multimodal Neuroimaging Methods, Executive Functioning

Michaela Cordova is a Clinical Psychology PhD student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow under the mentorship of Dr. Ruth Carper and Dr. Ralph Axel Müller. After earning her BA at Portland State, she worked as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor before becoming a Research Associate with Dr. Damien Fair’s neuroimaging lab at Oregon Health & Science University. She is excited to continue her work with the BDIL, uncovering the functional mechanisms and anatomical differences of ASD phenotypes using machine learning techniques.


lindsayLindsay Olson — Doctoral Student
Research Interests: Early social and brain development; Health disparities in underserved communities

Lindsay is a PhD student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, mentored by Dr. Fishman. 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. Lindsay is a recipient of the Autism Speaks Predoctoral Fellowship.


Maya Reiter — Doctoral Student
Research Interests: Multi-modal neuroimaging in ASD; Quality of life and psychological well-being

Maya is a PhD student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, mentored by Dr. Müller. 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 is a recipient of the Autism Speaks Predoctoral Fellowship. 



Tiffany Wang — Doctoral Student
Research Interests:  Causal reasoning in children with ASD, Early learning mechanisms

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 and Dr. Caren Walker’s Early Learning and Cognition Lab at UCSD. She is interested in examining causal reasoning in children with ASD.


Molly Wilkinson  Doctoral Student
Research Interests: Lexical-semantic decision making in ASD, multimodal neuroimaging integration, fMRI, MEG

Molly is a student in the SDSU/UC San Diego Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, mentored by Dr. Müller. She received her B.S. in Behavioral Neuroscience from Northeastern University. As an undergraduate Molly focused on ASD research through a number of methods, 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. Additionally, she was a behavior therapist for kids with ASD. At BDIL, Molly focuses on multimodal neuroimaging integration, using fMRI and MEG to study the neural activity of adolescents with ASD during a lexical-semantic decision task. Molly is a recipient of the SDSU Graduate Fellowship.


Stephanie Pedrahita— Master’s Student
Research Interests:

Stephanie graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with her Bachelors degree in Psychology and minor in Cognitive Science. She is a first-year masters student in Psychology at San Diego State University. She is interested in researching the neural circuits underlying neurodegenerative diseases and understanding the impact that stress and aging have on cognitive processes.


Noelle Abbott — Doctoral Student
Research Interests: Brain structure-function relationships, Impaired language processing, Multimodal neuroimaging

Noelle is a third-year joint doctoral student at SDSU/UCSD in the Language and Communicative Disorders program, under the mentorship of Dr. Tracy Love. She received her Master’s degree in 2018 from the University of California, Davis in psycho/neurolinguistics and from that experience became interested in studying impaired speech processing. Although she mainly works with older individuals with aphasia, she is currently doing a lab rotation with Dr. Inna Fishman to investigate the underlying source of aberrant functional brain activity in children with developmental language disorder. 


Naomi Meave Ojeda — Master’s Student
Research Interests: 

Naomi is a first-year master’s student in the Psychology department at SDSU and is co-mentored by Dr. Annika Linke and Dr. R. Joanne Jao Keehn. She received her B.A is Psychology from the University of California (UC) Santa Barbara before earning a post-baccalaureate certificate from UC Irvine where she worked in the Working Memory and Plasticity Lab. She is interested in understanding the underlying mechanisms involved in sensory sensitivity across development in autism.


Research Staff



Kalekirstos Alemu  Project Coordinator

Kalekirstos is a graduate of San Diego State University where he double majored in Public Health and Psychology. As an undergraduate, he volunteered at the UCSD School of Medicine Center for Community Health School Wellness Program where he helped in the development and implementation of evidence-based strategies to increase healthy eating and exercise for school-age children in low income communities. Kalekirstos first joined BDIL as a research assistant in July 2018, and he subsequently became a Coordinator of the BDIL childhood and adolescent projects. Kalekirstos plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology.  

Stephanie Peña Project Coordinator

Stephanie graduated from San Diego State University as a distinct Honors graduate with a B.S. in Psychology. During her undergraduate studies she worked as a research assistant in a Child and Family Development lab with Drs. Audrey Hokoda and Emilio Ulloa focusing on developing, implementing, and evaluating youth violence prevention programs, with her own focus on studying the prevalence of bullying towards children with special needs. Since then, she has worked as an Applied Behavior Analysis therapist for children with autism and is an active volunteer applying her training as an ABA therapist to provide academic mentoring to children with autism and learning disabilities. She is also and SDSU AMP mentor for undergraduate Psychology students. At BDIL, Stephanie coordinates all aspects of the Toddler Research Studies while also assisting with conducting clinical assessments. Stephanie plans to pursue a PhD in a doctoral program with a focus in Clinical Psychology.


Apeksha Sridhar — Research Assistant
Research Interests: Neural network connectivities in clinical populations, Neuroimaging methods

Apeksha completed her undergraduate studies in Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience at UC San Diego and received a master’s in Psychology with an emphasis in behavioral and cognitive neuroscience at SDSU. She is interested in using neuroimaging techniques to study the neural correlates of cognitive processing in ASD and other neurodevelopmental pathology. Apeksha is a recipient of the Rebecca Bryson Kissinger Thesis Award. 


Research Assistants

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.



Christian Ong— Undergraduate Research Assistant

Christian graduated from UCLA in June 2020 with a B.S. in Psychobiology. He joined BDIL in October 2021 as a research assistant for the Toy Study. He hopes to gain more knowledge about not only autism but also on how psychological research contributes to clinical care. Christian plans to attend medical school in the future.

Alexis Dozier — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Alexis is in her third year at San Diego State University, working towards her BA in psychology. She joined the BDIL research team in fall of 2021 and is a part of the toy study. Alexis hopes this lab will give her an opportunity to explore all areas of psychology. She is interested in many different aspects of psychology, but more specifically adolescent development and human sexuality. She intends to continue her education and get her PhD after her graduation.

Jessica Vu  Undergraduate Research Assistant

Jessica Vu is an undergraduate Biology student at SDSU with an Honors minor. She joined BDIL in January 2021 and is a research assistant for the Toddler Project. Jessica hopes to gain experience in neuroscience, specifically in understanding the psychological mind and its developmental disorders. She is currently on the pre-med track and plans to attend medical school to study neurology.

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.



Shannon Mullen — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Shannon is an undergraduate student at San Diego State University working towards a B.A. in Psychology. She joined BDIL lab in September 2019 and is apart of the toddler study project. Shannon’s main interests are in developmental disorders and hopes this lab will give her a better understanding of autism development, specifically in children. She is currently a pre-med student and hopes to continue her education through medical school to become a psychiatrist.


Annie Andriasyan — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Annie graduated from the University of California, Riverside with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.S. in Anthropology. She joined the BDIL lab in August 2019 and is currently a part of the Toddler Study. She plans to continue her education and pursue an M.S. in Psychology.


Kelly Hughes — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Kelly is a third year undergraduate working towards a B.A. in Psychology at SDSU. She joined BDIL in January 2021 as a research assistant on the Toddler Project. She is interested in child development and Neuropsychology. She also has a passion for working with kids. In the future, she has plans to pursue a Master’s degree.

Mira Wittenberg — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Mira Wittenberg is an undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in psychology. She joined the Adult Study Team at BDIL in February of 2021. Mira is interested in understanding gender differences in the diagnosis and symptomology of people with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In the future, she hopes to earn a P.h.D in clinical psychology and work with young adults as they navigate the transition from high school to college.

Zoe Damon — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Zoe Damon is an undergraduate Psychology student at SDSU with a minor in Child and Family Development. She joined BDIL in January 2021 and assists with the Toddler Project. Zoe currently works with children and adults who have ASD as a respite worker and is a proud member of Best Buddies at SDSU. In the future, she hopes to obtain a PhD in neuroscience and work with kids who have developmental disorders or traumatic brain injuries.

Madison Salmina — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Madison is fourth year undergraduate student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Child and Family Development and Counseling and Social Change. Madison is part of the Toddler project. She works as a Behavior Therapist for children with autism and is involved in the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office. Her goal is to attend graduate school to become a School Psychologist.

Adriana Rios — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Adriana Rios is an undergraduate student at SDSU majoring in Psychology with a double minor in Interdisciplinary Studies and Counseling & Social Change. She is currently a working advisor in the Psychology Undergraduate Advising Office. She aspires to go on to graduate school and focus on working towards obtaining a doctorate in Clinical Psychology in the future.


Elizabeth Fenelon — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Elizabeth is a third year undergraduate student at SDSU with aspirations to become a Clinical Psychologist specializing in teens and young adults with anxiety disorders, specifically Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. She is currently majoring in Psychology and minoring in Business Administration. She is also the new Vice President of Academic Excellence for Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority at SDSU, something she is very excited to pursue! Elizabeth works on the Aging in ASD and the Gray Matter studies and joined the lab in Fall 2021. 

Cassidy Kinderman — Undergraduate Research Assistant

Cassidy Kinderman is an undergraduate Psychology student at SDSU with an emphasis in Neuroscience. She joined BDIL in May 2021 and is a research assistant for the Toddler Project. Cassidy’s main interests are cognition and the relationship between physiology and behavior. In the future, she hopes to obtain a PhD in clinical psychology and work with people who struggle with mental illnesses or substance abuse disorders.

Kathryn Porter — Undergraduate Research Assistant

I’m an undergraduate student at SDSU. I’m Pre-med and am interested in going into the field of reproductive endocrinology. I’m very intrigued by the physiological aspects of psychology, like studying different areas of the brain and seeing what they contribute to. I joined the lab in October 2021.

This Could Be You! — Undergraduate Research Assistant

We are always looking for more research assistants to get hands-on research experience.



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. Assistant Professor, School of Biomedical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, India

Mikaela Kinnear, Ph.D. — Clinical Psychologist, West Coast CBT

Jonni Johnson, Ph.D. — Sr. Research Specialist, California Department of Public Health


Past Graduate Students (and Where Are They Now)

Lindsay Olson, PhD  Clinical Psychology Intern, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Maya Reiter, PhD — Clinical Psychology Intern

Afrooz Jahedi 

Cynthia Ibarra, M.A. — Clinical Research Coordinator at UCSD Stein Institute for Research on Aging

Michael Olson M.A. 

Chris Liu M.A. 

Shiming Zhang M.A. 

Adam Schadler M.A. — Research Associate, UCSD, San Diego, CA

Lisa Mash, PhD — Neuropsychology Fellow, Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Children’s Hospital

Feifei Gao, PhD — Pediatric Neuropsychology Fellow, Children’s National Medical Center, Research Affiliate, Georgetown University, Washington DC

Christopher Fong, M.A. — Doctoral student, SDSU/UCSD Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, San Diego, CA

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, MGH/HST Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging

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, LMFT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Chicago Center for Evidence Based Treatment, Chicago, IL

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, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow in PTSD, San Francisco VA Health Care System, San Francisco, CA

Brandon Keehn, Ph.D.  Associate Professor, Departments of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences and Psychological Sciences, Purdue University, Indiana

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

Anna Christina Macari, M.A. BSN to DNP Nurse Midwifery Student at Oregon Health & Science University

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

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

Aarti Nair, Ph.D. — Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Loma Linda University, California

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. Data Scientist at Seeking My Next Challenge!

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. — Project Manager, Scripps Health

Fatima Tuz-Zahra —


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 Graduate Student, Master of Social Work, University of Utah

Mikaela (Mikki) Orner Clinical Operations Associate, Allergan, Irvine, CA

Ian Shryock — Doctoral student in Psychology, University of Oregon.

Vinton Omaleki — Center of Gender Equity and Health

Lindsey Ringlee — Milieu Counselor, The Healthy Teen Project, San Francisco, California


Past Undergraduate Students (and Where Are They Now)

Akiko Mizuno, Ph.D. — Postdoctoral Fellow, Geriatric Psychiatry, Western Psychiatric Institute, Pittsburgh, PA

Alexa Davis, B.A. — Post-bacc Research Assistant, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, IL

Alexis Rivkin, B.A. 

Ally LeVine

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 Cognitive Sciences, UC San Diego

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

Camilla Catignas a senior at SDSU working on Bachelor’s in Public Health Science

Chantal Chaaban — Graduate Student, Master in Occupational Therapy, University of St. Augustine

Devin Brown, B.A. 

Elisa Mendez 

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

Emma Churchill  — Graduate Student, MA Psychology, SDSU

Fardowsa Hassan, B.A.

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

Halie Shea Doan

Hannah Levine, B.A. — Occupational Therapy Practitioner Assistant, Chicago Speech Therapy, Chicago, IL

Ian Martindale, B.A. — MA Program in Psychology, San Diego State University. Also working at the NeuroCognition Laboratory

Irem Sogutlugil — Special Education Technician, San Diego Unified School District

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

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

Jeff Treiber, M.D. Neurosurgery residency, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Jenna Foster, B.A. —

Julia Cataldo, B.A. — Undergraduate in Psychology & SACNAS chapter president to promote diversity in STEM, SDSU, San Diego, CA

Julia Pastrana, B.A. 

Katherine Paszek, B.A. — Master student in the Applied Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle WA, Case Manger at STEPPS ABA Company

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

Kimberley D’Aquisto, B.A. —

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

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

Mari Arcadio Arce, B.A. 

Mercedes Palacio, B.A. — Applying to graduate programs in Clinical Psychology

Merna Nissan, B.A. —

Michael Apostol  — a senior at University of San Diego working on Bachelor’s in Psychology

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

Michelle Gaspar, B.A. 

Michelle Ortega, B.A. — Master’s Student in Special Education with specialization in Autism, SDSU

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

Monica Deyski, B.A. 

Nicholas Ray, M.Ed. — 

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

Nicky Harpster, B.A. — applying to graduate programs in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Nicole Janessari

Omar Maximo, Ph.D.  Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Quynn Ton

Ryan Cardinale, Ph.D.  Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Psychology, Kaiser Permanente, Sacramento, CA

Ryan Tung, B.A. — Doctoral Student, Neuroscience, University of Michigan

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

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

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

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

Shelly Jones, B.A. 

Tamae Sugiura, B.A. — Graduate student in Speech and Language Pathology Masters Program, SDSU, San Diego, CA

Tamara Pinhassian, B.A. — Masters student in Early Childhood Mental Health, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA

Valerie Posada, B.A. 

Wanda Snell, B.A. — Behavioral technician in San Diego, CA

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