Lab Managers

Melanie Platt

I have been working as the lab manager of the Phonology and Reading Lab since July 2017. I am in charge of day-to-day tasks, and assisting with experimental design and data analysis. I hold a BA in linguistics from the University of New Hampshire and am currently pursuing my MS in computer science from through Northeastern’s Align program.

Alena Ganbold

I hold a B.S in Neuroscience from the University of California, Riverside and M.S in Bioimaging from Boston University Graduate Medical Sciences. I have been working as the lab manager of the Phonology and Reading Lab since February 2021. I am in charge of day-to-day tasks in the office and the lab, and assisting with experimental design and data analysis.

Graduate Students

Xu Zhao
Generally, I am interested in language processing, especially in how linguistic ability interacts with reading ability. Specifically, we investigate this by looking at whether speakers of different languages have the same preference towards certain language structures, namely, the onset position of a syllable (e.g., black), utilizing both behavioral and neural-imaging method (fMRI).

My current work involves looking at whether and how motor system will interact with categorical perception.

In addition, I am also interested in investigating language abilities among dyslexics.


Amanda Dupuis
I graduated from Northeastern’s American Sign Language Interpreting Program with a minor in Psychology. My major academic interest lies in language and cognition, specifically as related to ASL and other sign languages. In my research, I hope to gain a better understanding of the phonological knowledge of native ASL users.

Kata Tamási

Visit my Academia website here.

Tracy Lennertz

Graduate Student.
Thesis (2010): People’s knowledge of phonological universals: Evidence from fricatives and stops.

My research focuses on the level of understanding language users have of phonology. To do this, I examine speaker’s preferences for novel forms of consonant clusters in onsets.


Infant Lab Coordinator

Kristina McCarthy
I am a recent graduate of Boston College, where I earned a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Mathematics, and I hope to eventually earn my Ph.D in Developmental Psychology. My research interests include language acquisition and cognitive development in infants and young children. My interests outside of the lab are modern dance, yoga, and baking.





Research Assistants

Jackie Lincroft




Megan Larson




Analia Kaufman





Stephanie Low

I am a fifth year undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Psychology. My interests include both research and clinical psychology focusing on addiction and psychopharmacology. I have experience working in labs specific to the addiction field, however I am excited to explore beyond this and gain more knowledge into the area of linguistics in a lab setting.

Henry Volchonok

My name is Henry Volchonok, and I’m a second-year studying Linguistics and minoring in Music Composition. This is my first lab experience, and I’m looking forward to learning more about the research process and ways to apply what I’m studying! I speak Russian and some German, and am most interested in historical linguistics and language change.

Julien Cherry

I am entering my fifth year studying computer science and linguistics. After taking Psychology of Language with Dr. Berent last spring, I’m excited to join the Language and Mind Lab to learn about linguistics research from a psychological perspective. I am also a research assistant for the Linguistics and Law Lab, and in my spare time, I enjoy doing 35-mm photography and making stationery by hand.

Jamie Hatch

I am a second-year behavioral neuroscience and linguistics student at Northeastern University. I hope to pursue research based on my passion for studying language, cognition and neuroanatomy. I have minor experience in studying French, Mandarin and German. Working in this lab will allow me to experience this particular field in a laboratory setting and I am eager to strengthen my knowledge. Outside of academia, I enjoy biking along the Charles River Esplanade and cooking with my suite-mates.

Maggie Van Nortwick

I am a second year Cybersecurity student minoring in Linguistics and Interaction Design here at Northeastern. I am interested in the intersection of computer science and linguistics, particularly because of the give and take between the two fields – computer science aids in the study of linguistics, and linguistics aids in the implementation of computer science. In my free time, I enjoy reading, working on coding projects, and music.

Tara Vahdat

I am a second-year undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Psychology. My current interests include clinical psychology, namely working with children. I am excited to be a part of this lab, expand my knowledge, and most importantly gain hands-on experience in a lab setting. My hobbies include playing tennis and spending time with friends and family.

Victoria McCray

My name is Victoria McCray. I am a sophomore with a combined major of Psychology and Linguistics. My research interests include mostly cognitive psychology with topics in language production and creativity.

Chantel Haigler

My name is Chantel Haigler. I’m currently a sophomore double majoring in American Sign Language Interpreting and Psychology, minoring in Spanish. My goal is to gain a more in-depth understanding of the relationship between the mind and manual language processing. I plan to use this information to assess how we as a society can better understand the nature of and accommodate to the needs of the Deaf community, specifically in terms of linguistic access.

Brandon Klein

I am a second year Computer Science and Linguistics student at Northeastern. I’m still trying to figure out where I want to land when it comes to the intersection of these two fields, whether it is working for in the industry developing software that applies linguistic rules or working with linguists to automate their processes. I am excited to improve my skills and get hands on experience with the research side of things working with this lab. Outside of school I am an avid rock climber and I love to travel.

Boya Gong

I am a first-year behavioral neuroscience student. I have studied linguistics in high school as a hobby. I am particularly interested in the study of syntax and logic. I can speak Chinese and English fluently. I am currently working on my own project on improving Chinese written language using visual learning tool. I am very excited to work with a group of talented individuals.

Anu Kandasamy

I am a second year undergraduate student pursuing a combined computer science and cognitive psychology major, and a minor in business administration. I am interested in researching how cognition affects people’s language processing and critical thinking abilities. In my free time, I enjoy going on runs, eating great food, and spending time with friends.

Win Vu

My name is Win Vu, and I’m an international student from Vietnam. I’ve been living in Boston for 5 years. Currently, I’m a sophomore majoring in Psychology and minoring in Biology at Northeastern. I’m on the pre-med track with an interest in the medical field of psychology. I’m passionate about both the clinical and the research aspects of psychology. Psychiatrist is my number one career choice in the future, specifically in the areas of abnormal and linguistic. Besides my academic life, I’m a member of the Revolve Dance Troupe at Northeastern. I spend my free time attending dance workshops, mostly urban choreography. I also love to travel around the world and witness the beauty of each culture, and interact with people with different cultural backgrounds.

Cameron Clark

I am a second-year linguistics major interested in language acquisition and bilingualism in children. I hope to spend my career in linguistics traveling and documenting lesser-known languages as well as doing research on language acquisition in a laboratory. I would also like to create my own language some day for a novel or television series.

Michael Brown

I’m an undergraduate pursuing degrees in Linguistics and Mathematics at Northeastern University. I’m very excited to be working in the Phonology and Reading Lab, and hope to continue doing research in the future. Last year, I spent my free time teaching Spanish to English speakers and English to Spanish speakers, which was even more fun than it sounds. My hobbies include music, creative writing, and subjecting my roommates to surprise grammaticality judgement tasks.

Danielle Guibord

I am a third-year student at Northeastern pursuing a degree in Psychology. My research interests include cognition, abnormal psychology, and learning disabilities. Outside of academics, I serve as the president of the Northeastern Shakespeare Society, participate in the Creative Writing Club, and love gardening. I’m very much looking forward to contributing my talents in this lab!

Matthew Elderkin

I am a 4th year student majoring in Psychology. After getting my BS I plan on going to graduate school to pursue a PhD in Psychology. I am interested in exploring the psychological and neurological side of linguistics. This includes how the brain works during language processing, and how the way we think can impact our language. Outside of school I really enjoy basketball, both playing and watching it, as well as hiking and reading. I tutor for a variety of subjects and ages from young children to my peers. I look forward to all of the learning opportunities and unique experiences I will have in this lab.

Sarika Mujumdar

I am a P1 (third year) pharmacy student with an intended minor in psychology. I am interested in learning about the relationship between the brain and language perception. I can speak English and Marathi fluently, as well as intermediate French and little Hindi. In addition, on a broader scale, I am curious to see how pharmacological interference affects the brain. Outside of my academics and research, I am a peer tutor, play the flute, and love movies!

Katherine Krajovic

I am a fifth-year student majoring in Linguistics with a minor in Computer Science. I’ve had the opportunity to take courses in many different areas of linguistics, and I’m so excited to now learn more about the field of psycholinguistics as I work with the lab. I’ve studied Spanish, French, and German and am always looking for any excuse to study a new language. Outside of class, I am a competitive ballroom dancer and serve as Vice-President of the NU Ballroom Dance Club.

Kevin Samejon

I am teaching research and writing courses at Northeastern University, and I am part of a research project in Phonetics, Acquisition & Multilingualism Lab (PAMLab) at Boston University. I am glad to be involved as a volunteer RA in the Phonology & Reading Lab this semester because its research direction relates to my current interest in cognitive/psycholinguistics and phonetics-phonology interface. Outside my work, I enjoy pursuing simple and meaningful activities alone or with friends and family.

Eliza Zijin Huang

I am an undergraduate at Northeastern pursuing a dual degree in Computer Science and Cognitive Psychology. I am interested in language acquisition, bilingualism, and natural language processing, and have experience teaching English to Mandarin speakers, researching at LEAP lab in Singapore, and assisting at Communication Development Lab. Outside of the classroom, I volunteer as an interpreter for Boston Housing Authority and a guide for the MFA. I really look forward to learning in the lab!

Camila Galluzzo

I am a second year undergraduate at Northeastern studying Behavioral Neuroscience and minoring in Sociology on the pre-med track. I have worked in early education for 4 years now, and am interested in the topics of child development and language disabilities. Having grown up as bilingual myself, I have always been interested in the neurological and phonological mechanisms behind language acquisition. Outside of class, I am involved with Active Minds, an organization that aims to reduce the stigmas surrounding mental health and to educate students about mental health disorders.

Aparna Dutta

I am a second year Linguistics major and Computer Science minor at Northeastern and I plan to continue my education in the future with a master’s degree in Computational Linguistics. My academic interests include phonetics, typology, bilingualism, and natural language processing. Outside of class, I am a dancer on Rangila Rhythms dance team, and I also serve on the executive board of Biology Club as public relations officer. I look forward to learning more about linguistics and psycholinguistics from a research perspective and gaining lab experience throughout my time at the Phonology and Reading Lab!

Allison Noble

I am a second-year student majoring in Marine Biology and pursuing a certificate in Music Performance and minor in Linguistics! My academic interests are marine mammal communications and the communication properties of music. Besides academics, I play French horn, swim competitively through the Northeastern club team, and work as a camp counselor during the summer. I am very excited to gain experience in research through this lab!

Chelsea Rutagengwa

I am a third year Behavioral Neuroscience major, and I am currently on co-op as a clinical research student at Beth Israel. I am interested in many fields of cognitive neuroscience, including development, learning, and memory.  My favorite course so far has been Neuropsychology, and I plan on going to medical school and specializing in neurology in the future. I speak some French, and hope to learn more and become fluent in the next few years. What I find most interesting about human languages is the vast amount of similarities we find, despite the obvious differences, which is why I think research projects like those conducted here are new and exciting.

Chloe DiMare

I am a second-year psychology major with a double minor in behavioral neuroscience and international affairs. My interests include cognitive psychology and development, I am really excited to start learning about psycholinguistics! I work as a lifeguard and swim instructor throughout the summer and love spending time outdoors. I spent my summer traveling around South Africa studying sociology, which is a bit outside my area of expertise. I am looking forward to a great semester in the Phonology and Reading Lab!

Seraphina Fong

I am a senior international student at Northeastern University, pursuing a combined major in Linguistics and Psychology. I had worked at the Phonology and Reading Lab during my second year at Northeastern, and have decided to return for my last semester to wrap up my undergraduate research experience back where it started. My interests lie in psycholinguistics, as well as in language and communication disorders. Following my undergraduate education, I hope to apply to graduate school for Speech-Language Pathology.

Aaron Zimmerman

I am a fifth-year Psychology major with a minor in Music Industry. I am excited to be applying my education and skillset as I work with a lab team for the first time. I am involved on campus as a Senior Ambassador for the Global Experience Office and a member of the university jazz ensemble.

Donovan Richardson

Donovan RichardsonI am a third-year Linguistics undergraduate at Northeastern, with a minor in Japanese. My academic interests include sociolinguistics, phonology, and second language education, and I am excited to see how psycholinguistic research can have significance to other disciplines. I have also volunteer tutored English to second language learners from the Boston area with at Northeastern and with YMCA. Outside academic interests, I enjoy looking at road maps and riding my bike.

Rachel Lesser

Rachel LesserI am a third-year undergraduate student majoring in Psychology with minors in Music Industry and Linguistics. My interests include language perception, language disabilities, cognitive behavioral therapy, and music licensing and publishing. I am also a musician, serving as President of the Northeastern University Symphony Orchestra, bassist for the Northeastern University Wind Ensemble, and bassist in the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. When not in class or rehearsal, I work as a lifeguard and swim instructor, teaching swimming to students ranging from ages 3 to 73. In the lab I am looking forward to gaining research experience and learning more about the field of psycholinguistics.

Danielle Ganjian

Danielle GanjianI am a first year at Northeastern University, and am pursuing a major in linguistics and a minor in Spanish on a premed track. During my free time, I volunteer at Brigham and Women’s hospital through their Medical Career Exploration Program. I am eager to gain research experience in the psycholinguistic field, and am eager to see the outcomes of research done in the Phonology and Reading Lab!

Jasmine Segarra

Jasmine SegarraI am a third-year Linguistics major and Business Administration minor at Northeastern. The topics of phonetics, phonology, child-language acquisition, and language genesis greatly interest me. In a Field Methods course, I had the opportunity to approach language descriptively—attempting to detail the complexities of the Bulgarian sound system using data from elicitation sessions and small-scale pronunciation experiments. I look forward to approaching language with a theoretical mindset as a volunteer in this lab and better understanding how researchers design experiments to examine the implications of the human phonological system.

Kathryn Aucella

Katie AucellaI am a third year linguistics major with minors in Spanish and Political Science. I am highly interested in the fields of morphology, phonology, and language acquisition, as well as bilingualism. Outside of class, I am the secretary for the NU Linguistics club, attend weekly meetings of the Knitting club, and teach Sunday school on the weekends. I love exploring Boston and wandering through museums!

Sarah Howard

Sarah HowardI am a first year undergraduate student at Northeastern majoring in Linguistics. I have been learning ASL over the past six years and my academic interests currently include deaf education, bimodal bilingualism, language acquisition, communication disorders, and language perception. On campus, I am a member of the Linguistics Club and the ASL Interpreting Club. Off campus, I volunteer as a teacher’s assistant in the Early Childhood Center at the Learning Center for the Deaf in Framingham. I am looking forward to learning more about psycholinguistics and gaining research experience throughout this lab.

Elizabeth Goetz

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Co-op Student

I am a fourth-year undergraduate at Northeastern majoring in Psychology and minoring in Behavioral Neuroscience. I find the human capacity to produce and comprehend language to be fascinating and am excited to conduct language research. I am also interested in memory, meditation, the effects of hormones on behavior, and aging. In my free time, I like playing my guitar, listening to music, cooking, and reading. I also really like animals.


Holly Klecha

Holly Klecha

Holly Klecha is a fourth year student at Northeastern University majoring in psychology and minoring in sociology and criminal justice. She is Vice President of Psyclub and works organizing and planning meetings, presentations and community involvement. She is studying to take the GREs in order to attend graduate school for clinical psychology to receive a Ph.D. Holly has just returned from a year long Co-op position wit Demand Abolition, a Cambridge based nonprofit that fights human trafficking. She provided support to the CEASE Network and was always ready and available to take on whatever projects had to be done to ensure the success of the team. Holly contributed a sense of optimism, a wonderful can-do attitude, and an incredible amount of joy.

MacKenzie Rickert

MacKenzie Rickert

I am a fifth year psychology major at Northeastern with a minor in Biology and a concentration in ABA. I also work part time at a pediatric occupational, physical, and speech therapy clinic and am hoping to start grad school next year to pursue a career in pediatric occupational therapy. In my free time I enjoy volunteering with kids around Boston through an organization called Peace Through Play and exploring the city. I look forward to gaining research experience doing my directed study in this lab!

Madison Micou

Madison Micou

I am currently a second-year undergraduate transfer student. I am majoring in Behavioral Neuroscience and for the future am interested in clinical research involving working with the brain, psychology and people of all ages from infants to elders. I am excited to learn more about behavioral research in the Phonology and Reading Lab. I have always been interested in languages and cannot wait to learn more. Another activity that I enjoy is helping the handicapped by raising service dogs.

Sarah Alroudhan

Sarah AlroudhanI am a second-year undergraduate student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Behavioral Neuroscience. My pursuit of studying the varied aspects of the human brain, specifically language processing and cognition, stemmed from an initial fascination of the different pathways and interactions human behaviors had with our brains. I hope to expand my knowledge and gain a better understanding throughout the next few years on the diverse ways in which the human brain works.

Olivia McKissick

Olivia McKissickI am a second year Behavioral Neuroscience major here at Northeastern. This is my first time working in a psychology lab. My non-school/science hours are filled with a healthy mix of sailing, hiking, singing, skiing, photography, and writing.

Ana Piccirillo

Ana PiccirilloI am an undergraduate, third-year student at Northeastern University, majoring in Linguistics and minoring in Psychology and Business Management. I hope to continue on to get my PhD in Linguistics and to work either in Advertising and Marketing, or in historical reconstruction of some sort. I love to travel and recently completed a 6 month semester abroad in London. I am simultaneously participating in a Bilingualism research seminar and hope to incorporate my knowledge of linguistics into my time at the Phonology lab.

Sophi Sbi

Sophia SbiI am a fourth year Psychology major at Northeastern University. I grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and have a fraternal twin sister. I love international cuisine, animals, swimming, traveling, and enjoying time with family and friends! Lastly I love trying new things and embracing challenges, so working in a lab will be a new and exciting experience.


Seraphina Fong

Seraphina FongI am a second-year international student at Northeastern University, pursuing a combined major in Linguistics and Psychology, and an expected minor in Behavioural Neuroscience. My interests lie in psycholinguistics, language acquisition, as well as language and communication disorders in children. Following my undergraduate education, I hope to attend graduate school in Speech-Language Pathology.

Eileen Fair

Eileen Fair

My name’s Eileen Fair and I am an undergraduate student studying American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting and Psychology. I will be graduating from Northeastern May of 2016. I have a passion for learning different languages of all kinds; I find them fascinating! The only foreign language I currently know is ASL. However, years ago I studied both Spanish and German. During my free time I like to spend time reading the Bible, traveling, figure skating, and cooking things from scratch!

Alix Getreu

Alix Getreu

I’m in my second year pursuing a major in psychology and minors in behavioral neuroscience and linguistics. I’m really excited to work in my first psycholinguistics lab – my dream job is to work in research. In my free time I like to read, write poetry, explore new places around the city with friends, attend concerts and box. I’m enamored with language – it’s the perfect combination of art and science! I also play around with writing a constructed language sometimes. I love to travel and hope to incorporate language learning in remote and foreign places into my future.

Allison Rodgers

Allison_R My name is Allison Rodgers and I am an undergrad here at Northeastern. I am a senior and will be graduating with a major in psychology and a minor in English. I completed a co-op in the Child Development Unit of UMass Boston and am very excited to get more research experience in the Phonology and Reading Lab. In my free time I enjoy yoga and cooking.

Livymer Caceres


My name is Livy Caceres and I am a middler at Northeastern University. I am majoring it American Sign Language and Psychology, and I plan to get my MA in Speech and Language Pathology. My dream job is to work with children with autism as a speech therapist in Europe (most likely Paris). I once had a dog that I loved dearly and still do even though he no longer exists. I play Club Rugby for NU as a wing and I like to read, listen to music, and write my thoughts when I have free time. I also like to memorize absurd raps and dance like someone is watching, when no one is watching. I have a chronic case of wanderlust, and plan to incorporate my studies into traveling in the future. I’ve always been fond of languages – hearing them or learning them – and I am excited to do more work related to languages in the near and far future.

Naomi Stapleton


I am a second year Psychology major at Northeastern University, with anticipated minors in Linguistics and Art + Design. I am also working in the Northeastern Lifespan Emotional Development Lab this semester. I enjoy swimming and volunteering for Peace Through Play in my free time. I am looking forward to working hard and learning a lot in this lab!

Taylor Vonk


I am currently a freshman here at Northeastern University, pursuing a dual major in computer science and cognitive psychology. I have some experience volunteering in a substance abuse research lab but this is my first time working in a cognition lab. Some of my extracurricular interests include soccer and basketball, as well as art and music.

Alexandra Emmendorfer

I’m a 3rd year Behavioral Neuroscience major with a minor in inguistics. I’m interested in the biological basis of language and multilingualism. After graduation, I plan on pursuing a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience in Europe. I love to travel, cook (and eat), learn foreign languages (I speak German and French, and am currently learning Dutch) and hang out with my kitty.

Kerry Isakson

 I am a 4th year student here at Northeastern University, and I’m studying Linguistics and Psychology. My interests in studying these fields lie within the areas of first and second language acquisition and development in children.

Leighanne Wang

 I am a second year Psychology major at Northeastern. I am interested in language acquisition as well as how the brain processes language. In my free time I enjoy reading, dancing, and traveling.

Krista Lavrentios

 I am a junior at Northeastern, working towards a degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology with an American Sign Language minor. Following graduation, I plan on earning my graduate degree and pursuing a career as an augmentative and alternative communication specialist. Outside of my studies, I spend time with my awesome dog, Moose and watch bad T.V.

Molly Hunt

I am a third year Psychology major with a minor in Health Sciences. I hope to continue on to graduate school and work with children some day to improve how we educate and care for them. My interests generally focus on travel and children.

Victoria Hung

 I am a senior Psychology major at Northeastern University. I love children and hope to work with them some day. In my free time, I volunteer at Children’s Hospital and spend time with friends and family. I also love to travel and hope to go to different countries around the world.

Hollis Thomann

 I am a senior Linguistics major with minors in Psychology and International Affairs. Following graduation I hope to teach English abroad and then go to graduate school in either Linguistics, Education, or Speech-Language Pathology. Outside of school and research, I like to travel, go to shows with friends, learn foreign languages (German and French currently), and read books!

Diana Munera

 I am a senior Psychology major at Northeastern University. I love children and hope to work with them some day. In my free time, I volunteer at Children’s Hospital and spend time with friends and family. I also love to travel and hope to go to different countries around the world.

Alicia Silvestri

 My name is Alicia Silvestri and I am a senior Linguistics major. I grew up right outside of Boston, and I consider this city my home. I find language fascinating, especially given what it directly infers about the culture we live in. I hope to someday become a teacher and use what I have learned at Northeastern as scaffolding for the representation of the world I give to my students.

Alex Catullo

 This May I will be graduating from Northeastern with a degree in Psychology; I’ve focused my studies on the areas of Developmental Psychology and Sensation and Perception. Next year I will attend graduate school to become a teacher, and further my understanding of American Sign Language. Outside of Northeastern, I am the Assistant Program Director at Community Boating, Inc. I like to spend my time rudderless sailing on the Charles, and biking around the city.

Vivian Ho

 I am a senior Behavioral Neuroscience major at Northeastern. I am interested in researching language acquisition and brain activity. Outside of school, I enjoy baking, dancing, and traveling.

Kyle Morgan

 I am a senior Psychology major in my last semester here at Northeastern. After graduation I plan on working with children to improve education so that it is both enjoyable for kids and fits with neurological models of learning. I hope to go on to graduate studies of cognitive development and education sciences. Outside of academia, I enjoy traveling, hiking, and being creative.

Casey Borstel

 I am a junior Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology major. I hope to continue on to graduate school and earn my doctorate in Audiology. My family uses American Sign Language with my Deaf sister. Outside of my studies I like to spend time with friends and family, sing, and explore all that the city of Boston has to offer.

Myles Louis Dakan

Lab Manager

I graduated with honors from Swarthmore College studying linguistics, music, & mathematics before completing a post-bac research fellowship at the University of Maryland. My interests lie in psycholinguistics, sign languages, & language endangerment; more broadly, I am also a Sacred Harp singer, contra dancer, & gamelan musician.

Monica Bennett

Lab Manager

I graduated from McGill University in Montreal with a degree in Cognitive Science. I am interested in psycholinguistics, particularly in the areas of reading and dyslexia, and I plan to pursue a doctorate in the field.

Katherine Harder

Lab Manager

I graduated from Hamilton College in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and French. I am interested in language development in infants and children, and hope to pursue a higher level degree in this area of research in the future.

Darrell Penta

Research Assistant

Athulya Aravind

Research Assistant

Kimberlee LaSalle

Research Assistant

Mariah Warren

Research Assistant

Isabel Shmulevich

Research Assistant

Jaclyn Dollard

Research Assistant

Sara de Carvalho

Research Assistant

Maricarmen Hazoury

Research Assistant

Ian Brenkle

Research Assistant

Melissa Fraher

Research Assistant

Mollie Bohlen

Research Assistant

Claire Kalsbeek

Research Assistant

Hannah Silk

Research Assistant

Alyssa Kane

Research Assistant