Mindy Quiroz is a research assistant for the Healthy Brain Network. She is responsible for enrolling participants, administering and scoring assessments, and collecting and entering data.
Mindy graduated from Arizona State University summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. During her time there, Mindy worked as a research assistant in a developmental psychology lab, studying the neural responses of adolescent romantic couples to help inform prevention and intervention strategies to promote healthy relationships. Mindy also worked as an English teacher in Japan for one year to interact with and learn about children from a different cultural background.
Mindy is currently earning her master’s degree in neuroscience and education at Teachers College at Columbia University. Her research interests include identifying the neural correlates of neurodevelopmental disorders. Mindy plans to pursue a doctoral degree in cognitive neuroscience to better understand the processing networks in children with mental health disorders.
- BS, Psychology, Arizona State University