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HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL

CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY | ETHICS | ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Ethical Intelligence Lab, Marketing Unit, Department of Business Administration

Affiliated Researcher | Advisor: Julian De Freitas, PhD | Remote Work

Examining the ethics of autonomous machines and systems (e.g., Tesla, Chatbots, GPT-3): How are intelligent products ethically designed, used, and interpreted? What are their effects on human cognition and behavior? How might this influence policy?

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YALE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

CLINICAL TRANSLATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE | NEUROPSYCHIATRY

Emerge Research Program, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Affiliated Researcher | Advisor: Lynnette Averill, PhD | Remote Work

Investigating the psychoneurobiology of stress-related psychopathology (e.g., anxiety, trauma), and the neural underpinnings of glutamatergic-based drugs (e.g., ketamine): How do psychiatric disorders develop and maintain? What is the interplay between one's biology, psychology, and the environment? Why is one person more resilient to mental illness than another? What mechanisms drive the efficacy of ketamine and other psychedelics for this population?

*Dr. Averill is now co-directing the Emerge Research Program at both Yale School of Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine. 

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DUKE UNIVERSITY

COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE | PSYCHOLOGY 

Mind at Large Lab at Duke University, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience

Research Assistant | Advisors: Matthew Slayton, MA (primary); Paul Seli, PhD | Remote Work

Studying interpersonal neural and behavioral synchronization (i.e., interacting minds): How do we optimize human cognitive processing to increase daily function and productivity (e.g., creativity, problem-solving)? What underlying structures can be targeted?