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Two SDAN Postdoctoral Fellows will become assistant professors this year! Rany Abend will be an Assistant Professor at the School of Psychology, Reichman University, Israel, and Elise Cardinale will be an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. Congratulations!
Postbaccalaurete IRTA Isabella Spaulding received a 2022 award offer from the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Postbaccalaureate IRTAs Jessica Bezek and Gwyneth DeLap awarded placement in the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Anita Harrewijn was featured in the monthly NIMH Intramural Newsletter Brain Waves for receiving the competitive European Commission’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship, which supports researchers pursuing training and career development in Europe. As part of the fellowship, she has moved to the Department of Psychology, Education & Child Studies, at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Emilio Valadez’s paper “Early Parenting Intervention Effects on Brain Responses to Maternal Cues Among High-Risk Children” was featured as a headline in the American Psychiatric Association’s daily newsletter.
Featured Media Interviews
Dr. Pine sat down with Dr. Bandettini to discuss how fMRI could revolutionize how mental disorders are treated.
Clinical Center Grand Rounds: Advancing Psychiatric Care through Clinical Neuroscience: Lessons from Research on Anxiety
Dr. Pine was invited to present his talk on “Advancing Psychiatric Care through Clinical Neuroscience: Lessons from Research on Anxiety” for the Clinical Center Grand Rounds.
Staff clinician Dr. Krystal Lewis spoke with NPR to help develop a comic to help kids cope with the pandemic.
Drs. Pine and Lewis spoke with NPR about six takeaways that all parents, caregivers and teachers can add to their anxiety toolkits, including information on how anxiety works, how parents can spot it and how to know when it's time to get professional help.