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Deidre Pereira

Anjelica Body Successfully Defends Master’s Thesis

Congratulations to Anjelica Body, MS, who defended her master’s thesis! Anjelica’s research examines the feasibility of delivering patient-reported outcomes (PROs) assessment in individuals affected by primary brain tumors, including glioblastoma. She is also interested in examining changes in PROs from the point of diagnosis across active treatment, surveillance, and disease…

Graduate Student Spotlight

Grace Ann Hanvey, MS Biography Grace Ann is a doctoral student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, with an emphasis in Clinical Health Psychology. Their research objectives are directed at mitigating health disparities in chronic illness that disproportionately impact marginalized groups, including racial and/or ethnic minorities, members of…

Chantel Ulfig, PhD, successfully defends dissertation

Congratulations to Dr. Chantel Ulfig, who has successfully defended her dissertation and will graduate with her PhD in August 2020! Dr. Ulfig is completing her predoctoral internship in clinical psychology at the Palo Alto VAMC. Upon her graduation, she will begin her postdoctoral training at the Palo Alto VAMC, where…

Janae Kirsch, MS, successfully defends doctoral dissertation

Janae Kirsch has successfully defended her doctoral dissertation examining cognitive behavioral intervention effects on circadian rhythm among women with gynecologic cancers. Janae is currently completing her predoctoral internship in clinical psychology at Duke University. She has a manuscript in preparation stemming from her dissertation.