Jesse Chiem, B.A.
Jesse received his B.A. in Psychology from the University of Portland, with minors in Neuroscience and Computer Science. Previously involved in drug addiction research at WSU Vancouver, he is currently one of the lab's research assistants. In addition to neuropharmacology, his research interests include cognitive neuroscience, neuroinformatics, and machine learning.
Alison Gemperle, M.S.
Alison received her MS in Cognitive Neuroscience from the University of Sussex and is currently a research assistant in the lab focused on the N-CANDA study. She is interested in cognitive and neurological development, particularly in decision-making processes and attention control during adolescence.
Kristina Hernandez, M.A.
Kristina graduated from Ball State University with a M.A. in Clinical Psychology and is currently project coordinator for the Sex Differences study. Her interests include cognitive neuroscience, time perception, and neuropsychological assessment.