Olivia Schneider is a research assistant for the Healthy Brain Network at the Child Mind Institute. She supports the study team by conducting participant interviews and facilitating data entry and collection.
Olivia holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Emory University. During her time as an undergraduate student, Olivia worked as a research assistant at the Marcus Autism Center on a study assessing quality of life parameters in children on the autism spectrum. She is the first of eleven authors of a research poster titled A Preliminary Study of Food Selectivity and Mealtime Behaviors for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Quality of Life. She also served as a first responder and director of recruitment and outreach for Emory’s student-run crisis warm-line.
Olivia enjoys participating in various research endeavors to expand her knowledge base and incite positive change. Ultimately, she wishes to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology and to help youth affected by mental health and learning disorders.
- BA, Psychology, Emory University