It’s post-doc appreciation week! Here at the Bernier Lab, we are fortunate to have 4 amazing post-docs working on our team.
Caitlin Hudac: Caitlin is an integral member of our EEG team and received her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research interests include the social brain and socioemotional development in children with and without autism. Check out a recent publication of her’s here.
Anne Arnett: Anne is also a vital part of the EEG team here at the Bernier Lab, and also plays a role in our clinical team. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver and is interested in research regarding genetic and neuropsychological factors associated with atypical attention, memory, and learning. Check out an article she wrote on sex difference in dyslexia here.
Jessica Peterson: Jess is one of the more experienced members of our clinical team. She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University and is focused on research pertaining to autism spectrum disorder- from diagnoses and treatment to psychiatric comorbidity in children and adolescents. Take a view at a publication she had a hand in bringing to life regarding developmental trajectories for young children with 16p11.2 copy number variation here.
Jen Beighley: Jen is also a big part of our clinical team here at the RabLab! She received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Louisiana State University and is interested in research relating to early identification, diagnosis, and treatment of children with developmental disabilities. You can find an article she wrote on the differences in stereotypic behavior in adults with ASD using the DSM-IV-TR and the DSM-IV here.
We are so incredibly lucky to have such smart and accomplished post-docs here at our lab! Their passion for research and working with families helps keep our lab running both positively and efficiently!