Research Assistant, Healthy Brain Network
Child Mind Institute
Erin is a research assistant for the Healthy Brain Network, where her role includes enrolling participants and administering scoring assessments. Erin graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Science degree in integrative neuroscience and concentration in cognitive neuroscience. Her research experiences range from studying memory consolidation during sleep to how aging mediates pain sensitivity. She conducted her senior research project on the effect of menstrual cycle phase on cognition and autobiographical memory in the Fordham Memory & Aging Lab.
Erin’s research interests include brain and cognitive development in the context of neurodevelopmental disorders and specifically identifying biomarkers for earlier diagnosis and individualized treatment. She plans to pursue a doctoral degree in cognitive neuroscience.
BS, Integrative Neuroscience. Fordham University