Kristi is a senior majoring in Biology and she has interests in mood disorders and neurodegenerative disorders. After graduation, she plans to attend medical school and study neurology or psychiatry.
Maryam Rehman is a Senior double majoring in Psychology and Religion. Her interests are mood disorders such as anxiety and depression and other topics in clinical psychology. She plans to attend graduate school for clinical psychology in the future.
Ila Gautham is a junior, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Global Health. She is passionate about clinical psychology and mood disorders including major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder. She is planning to attend medical school in order to pursue a career in either pediatric psychiatry or emergency medicine, but hopes to one day spend time practicing abroad.
Emily Siegel is a senior, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Ethics. She is passionate about clinical psychology and is particularly interested in depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. After graduation, she plans to take a gap year and then apply to graduate school for clinical psychology.
Isha Kumar is a Senior in the College majoring in Psychology, and is an undergraduate research assistant in the lab. She is passionate about clinical psychology and learning about the different kinds of disorders, especially anxiety and depressive disorders. She hopes to go to graduate school and study clinical psychology to later pursue a career in therapy.
Mallory Warman is a senior majoring in Psychology and minoring in English and is interested in the biological basis and mechanisms behind affective disorders. After graduating, Mallory plans on pursuing a PhD in neuroscience.
Emily Matis is a senior, majoring in psychology and minoring in economics. She is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. She is passionate about sports psychology and clinical psychology. She is eventually planning to go graduate school for psychology.
Elina Choi is a senior, and is double majoring in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Psychology. She is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. She is interested in changes in the brain and the resulting effects on behaviors, especially the neuro-biological basis of psychosis and affective disorders. She is planning to go to the graduate school for psychology.
Brian Shim is majoring in Biology and Psychology and is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. His research interests lie in irrational behavior, specifically why people are often prone to making illogical decisions. Currently, he is considering either graduate school for psychology or medical school.
Meg Airey is double majoring in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Psychology. She is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. She is particularly interested in depression and anxiety disorders, specifically how stress influences them and how common anti-depressants/anxiolytics work to alleviate various symptoms. She is hoping to take a gap year and work at Emory for a year following graduation while also applying to graduate school for a PhD in clinical psychology!
Shermin Punjwani is a BBA and pre-medicine student, minoring in Mathematics. She is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. Her interests include the study of decision-making, task optimization, and mathematical analysis. She enjoys museum-exploring and scrapbooking, and plans on attending medical school in the future.
Mark Gannott is double majoring in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Economics. His research interests include neuroeconomics, motivation and reward processing, and how utility theory can help elucidate and improve rational decision making. In his free time, he enjoys playing lacrosse, lifting, and exploring. He plans to attend medical school.
Mihir is a Junior, majoring in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and minoring in economics and ethics. He is an undergraduate volunteer in the lab. He is passionate about the mind-matter interaction. In his spare time, he is an avid swimmer and runner. He hopes to go to medical school after completing his undergraduate degree.