Lab Staff

meet our lab staff

Current research assistants for the project for advancing women's health and well-being!

Chloe Kaplan ('20)
Chloe Kaplan ('20)

Class of 2020

Chloe Kaplan

Chloe Kaplan is majoring in Psychology and English and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Spring 2017. She is especially interested in clinical psychology and hopes to investigate the interpersonal causes and consequences of depression and stress.

Natalia Halpern ('20)
Natalia Halpern ('20)

Class of 2020

Natalia Halpern

Natalia Halpern is majoring in English and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Spring 2019. She is particularly interested in women's health and the effects of early adversity on developing later psychopathology.

Sarah Kelly ('20)
Sarah Kelly ('20)

Class of 2020

Sarah kelly

Sarah Kelly is majoring in Psychology and Economics and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Fall 2019. She is particularly interested in clinical psychology and the relationship between interpersonal functions and psychopathology.

Anjali Purohit ('20)
Anjali Purohit ('20)

Class of 2020

Anjali Purohit

Anjali Purohit is majoring in Anthropology and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women’s Health since Fall 2019. She is particularly interested in early adversity and the development of psychopathology in minority populations.

Sim Sohal ('20)
Sim Sohal ('20)

Class of 2020

Simran Sohal

Simran Sohal is a Psychology and English double major with a concentration in Justice and Law Studies, and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Spring 2018. She is especially interested in the effects of early adversity on the development of psychopathology, and in the intervention programs that research into this topic can inform.

Helene Ryu ('22)
Helene Ryu ('22)

Class of 2022

Helene Ryu

Helene Ryu is a Psychology and Studio Art double major and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Fall 2019. She is interested in how early life experiences affect the development of psychopathology and how they may affect future treatments and diagnoses.

Anjali Poe ('22)
Anjali Poe ('22)

Class of 2022

Anjali Poe

Anjali Poe is a prospective Psychology major and has been working at the Project for Advancing Women's Health since Fall 2019. She is particularly interested in the way in which the development of psychopathology is influenced by one's early life experiences and environment.