STUDENT OFFICERS


Joya Hampton, Student Representative


Hello! My name is Joya Hampton and I am a sixth-year doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Emory University working with Dr. Linda Craighead. I am currently on internship at the Emory Child and Adolescent Mood Program. My research focuses on psychosocial influences on child maladaptive eating behavior. I am also interested in the cross-cultural implications of my work, as well as in the field more broadly. I am excited to serve as an SSCP Student Representative! I can be reached at joya.n.hampton@emory.edu





Ana Rabasco, Student Representative


My name is Ana Rabasco, and I am a second-year student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Fordham University working with Dr. Peggy Andover. My research focuses on risk factors for suicidal thoughts and behaviors among high-risk groups. I am also involved in exposure therapy treatment research for misophonia. I am looking forward to being an SSCP Student Representative! You can reach me at arabasco1@fordham.edu. 




Campus Representatives

Daniel Bradford                            University of Wisconsin
Peter Castagna                              Eastern Connecticut State University
BreAnne Danzi                             University of Miami
Mallory Garnett                            University of Delaware
Grace Gu                                       Suffolk University
Christina McDonnell                    Notre Dame
Abby Ridge-Anderson                 Catholic University of America
Tamara Rosen                               Stony Brook University
Sarah Sant'Ana                             University of Wisconsin
Jonathan Singer                            University of Nevada Reno
Ellie Steele                                   Mississippi State University
Faith Summersett-Ringgold         Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine
Monique Tremblay                       Ryerson University 
Meghan Vinograd                         University of California at Los Angeles




Former Student Board Members

Kelly A. Knowles, Former Student Representative


I am a 4th-year doctoral student at Vanderbilt University in the Emotion and Anxiety Research Lab with Dr. Bunmi Olatunji. My research focuses on exposure therapy for OCD and anxiety disorders, including applications of the inhibitory learning model that may improve treatment outcomes. You can reach me at kelly.a.knowles@vanderbilt.edu








Jessica L. Hamilton, Former Student Representative

Hello, my name is Jessica Hamilton and I am a 6th-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. I am currently on internship at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. My research focuses on the role of biopsychosocial vulnerabilities in risk for internalizing disorders from a developmental framework. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to be one of the SSCP student representatives and help SSCP thrive as a resource and community for clinical psychology students. Contact Jessica at jessica.leigh.hamilton@temple.edu




Andrea Niles, Former Student Representative


Hi, my name is Andrea Niles.  I am an advanced graduate student in the UCLA Clinical Psychology program currently on internship at the University of Washington.  My research focuses on the treatment of anxiety disorders and links between physical and psychological health.  I am excited to represent the SSCP students on our board and to identify and implement ways to better meet student's needs!







Sam Cooper, Listserv Facilitator
I am a clinical Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota working with Dr. Shmuel Lissek. My research interests are centered on the neurobiological and behavioral processes underlying fear and anxiety, and how these processes contribute to the development and maintenance of different forms of psychopathology. I have been an SSCP member since I was an undergraduate student, and have found it to be an amazing source of information and knowledgeable people at all stages of my career. I am particularly interested in increasing awareness of and participation in SSCP (and clinical science in general) in undergraduate and post-bacc students.



Christina Emeh, Former Communications Manager