FABBS 2023 Early Career Impact Award Winner Kathryn L. Humphreys, Ph.D., Ed.M. of ISDP

Dr. Kathryn Humphreys earned her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, and trained in developmental psychopathology and developmental neuroscience. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Development at Vanderbilt University, is a member of the Clinical Science, Developmental Science, and Educational Neuroscience faculty, and directs the SEA (Stress and Early Adversity) Lab.

The 2023 Rovee-Collier Mentor Award Winner: Nim Tottenham, PhD, Professor of Psychology Columbia University Department of Psychology

ISDP 2023 Awards Presentation

Description Presentation of ISDP Senior Awards: 4:00 PM The 2023 Rovee-Collier Mentor Award Winner: Nim Tottenham, PhD, with an introduction by one of his mentees, Laurel Gabard-Durnam, Ph.D., Northeastern University VIRTUAL with …

 2023 Sandra G. Wiener Student Investigator Award, Emily M. Cohodes 

Emily Cohodes is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Yale University, where she works in the Clinical Affective Neuroscience and Development Lab (CANDLab) under the mentorship of Dr. Dylan Gee. Throughout graduate school, Emily has also worked with children and families as a clinician at the Yale Child Study Center. Prior to pursuing her doctoral studies, she received a B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University and worked as a research coordinator at the UCSF Child Trauma Research Program (CTRP) at San Francisco General Hospital under the mentorship of Dr. Alicia Lieberman and Dr. Nicki Bush. At CTRP, Emily was involved in coordinating studies examining the efficacy of Child-Parent Psychotherapy and the impacts of early childhood adversity on executive function development and biomarkers of stress. Emily was previously a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, and her work has been supported by the American Psychological Foundation, American Association of University Women, Philanthropic Educational Organization, Society for Research in Child Development, American Psychological Association, Academy of Psychological Clinical Science, and the Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Emily’s broad program of research harnesses a multidimensional approach to examine how early-life stress exposure affects brain development and mental health. Her latest work lies at the intersection of clinical interviewing, neuroimaging, and machine learning-based approaches and aims to isolate specific features of stress exposure (e.g., chronicity, type, caregiver involvement) that may affect how stress exposure “gets under the skin” to affect brain and behavioral development at specific developmental periods across the lifespan, with important implications for both policy and clinical practice.

2022 Rovee-Collier Mentor Award Winner: Clancy Blair, PhD, MPH

Dr. Blair has been awarded the 2022 ISDP Rovee-Collier Mentor Award in recognition of the compassionate and committed nature of Clancy’s mentorship throughout his career. Clancy Blair’s profound impact on numerous rising scholars has enriched the future of Developmental Psychobiology.