Meg Stomski

Research Assistant, Healthy Brain Network

Child Mind Institute

Meg Stomski is a research assistant for the Healthy Brain Network, where her responsibilities include enrolling participants and administering and scoring assessments. Meg graduated from the University of Richmond with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with magna cum laude honors. During her time at the university, Meg worked in the Child Development Lab and completed a senior honors thesis that examined whether social-behavioral deficits place children with depressive symptoms at risk for peer relationship difficulties. She has also conducted research at the Center for Research on Culture, Education and Development at NYU, where she assisted a study on infant language development. Meg’s research interests include childhood depression and anxiety, and she plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.

Education

  • BA, Psychology, University of Richmond