Lab Staff – MIND LAB

Lab Staff

Natasha Jones

Data Manager

Natasha Jones graduated from Wesleyan University in 2022 with a B.A in psychology. She is currently working as a data manager for the Michigan Twins Neurogenetics Study in the MiND lab. Broadly, her research interests include understanding how biomarkers and transdiagnostic constructs (such as cognitive control) can be used to diversify treatment modalities for internalizing disorders. She aims to pursue a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology and in her free time she drinks a lot of coffee, does yoga and cooks fun food.

Allison LaMonica

Undergraduate Coordinator

Allison is a first-generation student who graduated from the University of Michigan in 2023 with a BS in Biopsychology, Cognition, and Neuroscience. She began working with the MiND lab on the Michigan Twins Neurogenetics Study (MTwiNS) shortly after. She enjoys learning about the underlying processes behind mental disorders. She is hoping to attend graduate school to get either a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology or an MSW. In her free time, she enjoys checking out local trails, knitting, and rewatching her favorite TV shows.

Hannah Dees

Project Coordinator

Hannah is a first-generation student who is a 2023 graduate from Juniata College in Pennsylvania, where she earned a BS in Psychology. After graduating, she began working in the MiND Lab within the Michigan Twins Neurogenetic Study (MTwiNS). Hannah is interested in studying adverse childhood experiences and their effects on biological and behavioral development. In the future, she hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. In her free time, Hannah enjoys cooking, traveling, drinking coffee, and crocheting. 

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