Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator
Years in Lab: 2019 - present
I received my BS in Psychology from the University of Central Florida and my MA in Applied Experimental Psychology at the University of West Florida. I became passionate about autism research when my brother was diagnosed in 2016, prior to pursuing my masters degree. During my MA, I investigated the relationship between household organization, socioeconomic status, and a child's ability to function both independently and appropriately in society. I studied this relationship in both typically developing children and those with a diagnosis of autism. As an Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator, I am currently working on the vasopressin treatment trial for children with autism. I am excited to continue pursuing my passion for autism research in the Parker Lab!