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Faculty members of the Anxiety, Mood, and Addiction Research Collaborative accept Doctoral students through the Behavioral Neuroscience Program in the Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the multi-disciplinary Graduate Program in Neuroscience. For more information on applying to the Graduate Studies program in the Department of Psychology click here. Information on applying to the Graduate Program in Neuroscience is available here.

Katie Bessette

  • UIC Clinical Psychology Graduate Student (Advisor: Scott Langenecker)

Sophie DelDonno

Aimee Karstens

  • Graduate Student
Aimee Karstens

Kerry Kinney MA

  • Graduate Student
Ms. Kerry Kinney is currently a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her research focuses on understanding the cognitive and emotional responses underlying anxiety disorders and how these factors change over the course of treatment. For example, much of her research uses EEG recordings and neuroimaging to investigate emotion processing and regulation in individuals with elevated anxiety.

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Milena Radoman

Milena Radoman

Maggie Xing MS

Maggie Xing

Jacklynn Fitzgerald MA

  • Doctoral Candidate
  • Behavioral Neuroscience Program
  • Department of Psychology, UIC