Former CAN Lab Members:
Rachel Greene (graduate student 2014-2020), PhD, currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Oregon Health & Science University
Macey Arnold, UNC Undergraduate Research Assistant
McRae Scott, UNC Undergraduate Research Assistant
Louise Freeman, UNC Undergraduate Research Assistant
Maya Mosner, (graduate student, 2013-2019), currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Miranda Sullivan, (UNC Class of 2017) UNC Undergraduate Research Assistant
Jasmine Shah, (UNC Class of 2017) UNC Undergraduate Research Assistant
Cara Damiano, PhD (graduate student, 2010-2015); currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development.
Sean McWeeny, B.A. (honors student, 2013-2015); currently a PhD student in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern University.
Hannah Carl, B.A. (honors student, 2013-2015); currently a medical student at Duke University.
Jared Minkel, Ph.D, (post-doc, 2012-2015); Currently a clinical psychologist at Rhode Island Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Tyler Moore (research coordinator, 2012-2014); Currently a HMB Graduate Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, will be pursuing a PhD at Temple University starting Fall, 2015.
Crystal Edler Schiller, Ph.D, (post-doc, 2011-2013); Currently Assistant Professor, UNC-CH Department of Psychiatry
Andrew Crowther, 2013 BBSP rotation student; currently in the UNC Neurobiology Curriculum
Megan Kovac UNC School Psychology Graduate Student (2009-2013): Currently on internship at Westchester Jewish Community Services.
Stephanie Miller, Research Assistant (2011-2014): Currently enrolled in the UNC School of Social Work
Anna Sabatino, PhD: Developmental Psychology Graduate Student (2008-2013): Currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Geisinger Autism Center.
Ellie Hanna: Research Assistant (2011-2013); Currently a PhD student in Duke’s Cognitive Neuroscience Admitting Program
Jeremy Ford: Medical Student (2012-2014): Conducted research examining the effects of candidate genes on diffusion tensor imaging.
Dillon Cockrell: Honors Student (2010-2013). Thesis: fMRI of Reward Loss in Children with Autism. Winner of the Dashiell-Thurstone Award and highest honors for his honors project; Currently an RA at Duke.
Charles Zhou: Student Research Assistant (2011-2013), Functional Connectivity Analyses; Currently an RA at UNC in the lab of Flavio Frohlich.
Brittany Glass; Research Assistant, Duke Program in Child Affective and Anxiety Disorders (2011-2013).
Joey Aloi: Honors Student (2010-2012). Thesis: Effort-Based Decision Making in Autism.
Ryan, Delapp: Honors Student (2010-2012): Thesis: fMRI of Aripiprizole Treatment in Autism
Brittney Ciszek, Graduate Student, UNC PhD BBSP student; Rotation focused on changes in voxel-based morphometry in depression due to psychotherapy (Winter, 2012).
Kristin Sellers, Graduate Student, UNC PhD BBSP student; Rotation focused on functional connectivity fMRI analyses (Spring, 2012).
John “Tony” Richey, PhD: Post-doctoral fellow (2009-2011); Currently Assistant Professor of Psychology at Virginia Tech.
Undergraduate UNC and Duke Research Assistants (2011-2012): Elizabeth Kinsey; Kaiti Dunlap; Matthew Ryan; Caley Burrus; Brittany Mcveigh; Jasmine Thompson
Ali Rittenberg: Lab Manager & BIAC Post-Baccalaureate Fellow (2009-2011); Currently a medical student at UNC Chapel Hill (Go Heels!)
Spring, 2011 student RA’s: Joey Aloi, Ryan DeLapp, Caroline Oates, Rasagna Kosaraju, and Dillon Cockrell
Douglas Romney (Summer, 2010): Carolina Medical Student Research Program, funded via a NIDDK Short Term Research Training Grant.
Summer, 2010 RA’s: Issac Jaben, Sarah Hale, Kayla Finch, Joey Aloi, and Ashley Parr.
Jennifer Felder: Lab Manager & BIAC Post-Baccalaureate Fellow (2007-2009); Currently: Clinical intern at Duke University Medical Center.
2009-2010 RAs: Lauren Hughes, Andrei Stefanescu, Joey Aloi, Anthony DeVito, Priya Balagopal, and Sarah Townshend.
Stacy Greeter (2009-2010): 4th year UNC-CH Medical Student and Howard Hughes Medical Institute & Scott Neil Schwirck Fellow
Summer 2009: Margaret Shaffer, Emory University,