Ana Sheehan has been awarded the competetive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program award, which will support her for three years. Her proposal is titled “Temporal dynamics of acute stress and impulsivity as prospective predictors of risky behaviors in adults.” Congratulations Ana!! Check out Ana’s feature in UDaily: https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2020/may/nsf-graduate-research-fellowships-national-science-foundation/
Congratulations to Nadia Bounoua for winning the 2019 American Psychological Foundation Raymond Mulhern Scholarship! This grant was awarded to Nadia to fund her research proposal entitled, Neural sequelae of childhood deprivation and abuse as pathways to risk-taking behaviors in adulthood.” Way to go Nadia!!
Dr. Naomi Sadeh is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Personality and Dysregulation Lab at the University of Delaware. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining brain networks that contribute to impulsive and harmful behaviors in adults with externalizing disorders. The ideal candidate willContinue reading
Great news! Nadia Bounoua, a graduate student in the PD lab, was just awarded a 3-year National Research Service Award (NRSA) F31 fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health!! Her project is entitled a “Multilevel analysis of affective inhibitory control“. Congratulations Nadia!!
The director of the PD Lab, Dr. Naomi Sadeh, was awarded a 5-Year grant from the National Institutes of Mental Health to study neural networks that support self-control in healthy adults and individuals with externalizing disorders. What Problem is Being Studied? Poor self-control is known to be a root causeContinue reading