Welcome to Kelley Gunther and Shane Wise who have joined the CAT Lab as graduate students!
Kelley is a first-year graduate student in the developmental program under the primary mentorship of Dr. Pérez-Edgar. During her undergraduate education in psychology and neuroscience at the University of Maryland, Kelley worked in the laboratory of Dr. Nathan Fox. She then spent two years as a research assistant for Dr. Dima Amaso at Brown University. Kelley is interested in the interactions between maternal care, attention biases and temperament and the impact of such interaction on the development of anxiety.
Shane is a first-year graduate student in the child clinical program under the primary mentorship of Dr. Cynthia Huang-Pollock. During his undergraduate education in psychology at the University of Maryland, Shane worked in the laboratory of Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano. He then worked as research assistants at the Children's National Medical Center and the University of Maryland. Shane is interested in the relations between ADHD and anxiety and how attention may impact this relation.