Chloe Burns

Chloe Burns

Professional Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Chloe graduated in 2019 with a BS in Cognitive Neuroscience from Brown University. As the study coordinator for the CU Well Brain study, she is fascinated by the focus on student wellness and how the RADD Lab is looking at the many ways young adults can stay resilient when faced with stress. She is also interested in the intersection of technology, clinical psychology, and cognition. Chloe is moving on to...
Jamie Finegan

Jamie Finegan

Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Jamie worked as an undergraduate volunteer and a research assistant in our lab! She now works as a Clinical Neuropsych Research Coordinator at the VA San Diego.
Abena Gyimah

Abena Gyimah

Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Joseph Levy

Joseph Levy

Graduate Student
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Joey is a student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program at CU. Before joining this program, Joey received his BA from Duke University, where he studied Psychology and Global Health. He then worked as a Professional Research Assistant and Senior Project Manager for the Renée Crown Wellness Institute. He is fascinated by research and interventions that work to prevent the development of mental health disorders or, reciprocally, to enable healthy...
Aryanna ryan

Aryanna Ryan

Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Aryanna is a senior at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and is majoring in Neuroscience and Pre-Health. As an undergraduate research assistant, Aryanna enjoys listening to participant's life and mood experiences, while also engaging participants in behavioral games. Aryanna is interested in working memory's relation to the mood disorder continuum. She is currently working on an honors thesis focusing on cognition and mixed depression.
Sophie Sileo

Sophie Sileo

Research Assistant
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Sophie is an undergraduate research assistant for RADD lab and is double majoring in Neuroscience and Psychology. Her primary field of interest is positive psychology and studying how we can lift all people to a state of flourishing, no matter how mild or severe their history with mental illness. To practice wellness in her own life, she enjoys yoga, hiking, guitar, and game nights with her roommates.

Chris Wagers

Undergraduate Research Assistant