Jennifer Lee is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in Dr. Roee Holtzer's Neuropsychology, Cognition, and Mobility Lab. Her dissertation examines the relationship between apathy, gait, and pre-frontal cortex oxygenation levels during a dual-task paradigm. Prior research includes an examination of the different impact apathy and depression has on perceived social support. Her clinical neuropsychology experience constitutes working with both inpatients and outpatients with various medical and psychological diagnoses. She will complete her pre-doctoral internship at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in the neuropsychology track.
Caroline Altaras is a fifth year student in Dr. Foley's Psychology of MS Lab. Her research predominantly focuses on biopsychosocial correlates of cognitive dysfunction in MS, including examining cognitive fatigue, anxiety, depression, and illness intrusiveness. Her dissertation is on the interaction between mood and fatigue on cognition, exploring the interference of these factors on cognitive processing efficiency and how this relationship may mediate deficits in memory and executive functioning in MS. She will be completing her pre-doctoral internship at University of Florida in the neuropsychology track.
Ashu Kapoor, PhD was co-representative of ANST from 2015-2018
Jeff Portnoy was co-representative from 2016-2018
Victor DelBene, PhD- co-founder (2014-2017).
Kristina Dumas, PhD- co founder of ANST (2014-2015).