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I am a Ph.D. student in the City University of New York (CUNY) Health Psychology and Clinical Science program, based at Hunter College, I work as a Doctoral Researcher in the Experimental Psychopathology Lab with my primary advisor Dr. Regina Miranda.
I am interested in improving access to physical/mental health education, assessment, and interventions for underserved groups. Currently my research is focused on implementing mixed-method community based protocols with Deaf and DeafBlind adults, and disconnected emerging adults in New York City. Innovative development and use of digital research methods are central to my work, including methods for portable central and peripheral psychophysiology and digital ecological momentary assessment.
My project involves utilizing digital research tools to flexibly record central and peripheral nervous system activity along with psychological correlates as they unfold in time and context. This includes using wearable physiology monitors, portable EEG systems I adapted, and a higly personalizable app for daily monitoring.
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