Miranda Almanzar is a research assistant with the Healthy Brain Network. She earned her bachelor’s degree in cognitive neuroscience and psychology at the George Washington University. Miranda has cared for children for 10 years as a nanny and a preschool teacher. She is currently working toward becoming a child psychologist and mental health advocate for young children. She is pursuing a master’s degree in early childhood development at the University of La Verne and hopes to pursue a PsyD in developmental psychology. At the Healthy Brain Network, Miranda facilitates enrollment and data collection from participants and caregivers. She also provides support for clinicians by assisting with assessments and conducting interviews.
- BS, Cognitive Neuroscience, The George Washington University
- MS, Early Childhood Development, University of La Verne (expected 2022)