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Over the summer, Jim Scholl proposed his dissertation: Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in the Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Population: An Examination of Minority Stress Theory. We’re extremely proud of Jim and can’t wait to see the results of this study!
A huge congratulations to our very own Dr. Rachel Micol for successfully defending her dissertation, “Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Sexual Minority Veterans.” We are so proud of you and will miss you while you’re off at your internship in … Continue reading
Jenn Steward, one of our amazing lab members who is currently completing her internship at Bay Pines VA, came back to TU last weekend to defend her dissertation. She successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “Building upon bystander intervention: A multi-component … Continue reading
One of our wonderful undergrad students, Hannah Cole, was recently selected to be a William C. Dement Fellow with the Sleep and Chronobiology Summer Behavioral Sciences Research Apprenticeship program at Brown University! She will be working Dr. Mary Carskadon and … Continue reading
A big congratulations to our very own Jenn Steward, who’s currently on internship at Bay Pines VA, who has accepted a postdoc position at the Houston VAMC. It’s a one year clinical post-doctoral fellowship at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical … Continue reading
Rachel Micol and Ashley Clausen have both matched to their #1 internship sites! Rachel will be at the VA Boston Healthcare System on the PTSD Clinical Team. Ashley will be at the Durham VAMC in the General Track. We celebrated their successful … Continue reading
Very happy news to report, our very own Ashley Clausen is now Dr. Ashley Clausen after successfully defending her dissertation, “Neural correlates of cardiovascular health in combat veterans”. Here is one of her first pictures ever taken as a PhD! … Continue reading
The U.S. Schweitzer Fellows Program immerses students in an experiential learning process designed to develop and sharpen the skills and abilities necessary to become lifelong Leaders in Service: individuals who are dedicated to and skilled in meeting the health needs … Continue reading
One of our wonderful grad students, Ashley Clausen, successfully proposed her dissertation in the spring. It’s entitled: “Neural correlates of cardiovascular health in combat veterans”. We’re so proud of her and can’t wait to hear the results of her study!
Better late than never, but our very own Rachel Micol successfully proposed her dissertation before this summer: “Predicting Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in U.S. Military Service Members”. She is currently collecting data. If you know of anyone (or you yourself) are … Continue reading