Foundations Fund Professor of Psychiatry and Professor in the Child Study Center and of Neuroscience; Deputy Chair of Psychiatry for Psychology, Psychiatry; Director, Yale Interdisciplinary Stress Center; Chief, Psychology Section in Psychiatry
Who We Are
Associate Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology); Director, Yale Obesity Research Center (Y-Weight); Co-Director, Yale Center for Weight Management
Associate Research Scientist in Psychiatry
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology; Director, Cognitive Neuroscience of Affect, Memories and Stress (CAMS) Lab, Psychiatry
Associate Professor of Psychiatry; Medical Director, APT Foundation; Chief Psychiatrist, Yale Stress Center; Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship Coordinator, APT Foundation
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry; Director of Medication Research Projects, Yale Stress Center; Director, Neuroactive Steroids, Addiction and Stress (NAS) Lab, Department of Psychiatry
Associate Professor of Psychiatry; Director, Laboratory for Healthy Minds; Director of Clinical Neuroimaging, Yale Stress Center
Associate Research Scientist, Psychiatry
Manager 3, Clinical Practice; Counselor for Addiction (Substance Use Disorder)
Associate Director, Pediatric Obesity and Director, Bright Bodies Program; Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator; Associate Director, Pediatric Obesity & Bright Bodies Weight Management Program for Children
Research Associate 1Shaina is originally from New Jersey and graduated from Boston College in May 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. She served as an undergraduate research assistant for 2 years before completing a Seniors Honors Thesis looking at the interaction between music and emotional memory. Shaina eventually hopes to pursue a career in clinical psychology and is specifically interested in health psychology.
Postgraduate AssociateOriginally from India, Aishwarya is a global citizen who has lived in many parts of the world. After splitting time between America and India for her schooling, she moved across the pond for her higher education. As an aspiring clinical psychologist, she graduated with a first class honours degree in BSc Psychology (Hons) from De Montfort University in Leicester and just completed her masters training in MSc Applied Clinical Psychology from the University of Bath. She discovered her love for working with children while volunteering at a non-profit school in India and really enjoys research involving developmental psychology, emotion regulation and neuropsychology. She feels passionate about improving access to mental health care resources for all; but especially for minorities and those from low-socioeconomic backgrounds.
Research AssociateOriginally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Emalee graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2020 with a Master’s degree in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling. Emalee’s research interests include studying the neural connections between emotion regulation, resilience, and maladaptive behavior. As a licensed professional counselor, Emalee hopes to promote wellness through research and clinical practice.
Research Associate 1Colleen is originally from Livonia MI, and graduated from the University of Michigan in May 2021 with a BA in Bio-Psychology, Cognition, Neuroscience. She is currently working as a post graduate research associate at the Yale Stress Center. Colleen hopes to eventually pursue a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience.
Postgraduate AssociateOriginally from Chicago IL, Morgan graduated from the University of Illinois Chicago in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. She is currently a postgraduate research associate at the Yale Stress Center and plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Research Associate 1Raised in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Marshall graduated from Wake Forest University in 2021 with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Currently pursuing a career in clinical research, Marshall’s research interests include substance use disorders and suicide, particularly among adolescents. In his spare time Marshall moonlights as a volunteer research assistant for the Nock Lab at Harvard University. On the weekends he can be found reading, practicing jiu jitsu, or spending time with his fellow PGA’s.