Eme Iban is a senior in the College of Arts and Science, majoring in English with an expected minor in Global Health. She is currently involved in the YRO lab and is looking forward to getting involved in more projects. Beyond research, she is an active member of Cornell Minds Matter. Eme's mental health experience includes internships to the Ithaca Suicide Prevention Crisis Center as well as the Uyo Psychiatric Hospital in Nigeria. Her future aspirations include writing her own novel and screen-play that would promote positive mental health in marginalized communities.
Hannah Light-Olson is a senior in the College of Human Ecology, majoring in Human Development with an expected minor in English and completion of pre-medical requirements. She is currently involved in the TTM study and is looking forward to getting involved in upcoming projects. Beyond research, she is involved in Students Against the Sexual Solicitation of Youth, Consent Ed, the Greek Health and Wellness Initiative, and Cayuga’s Watchers. She hopes to continue to pursue a career in medicine after graduation.
Hannah Pambianchi is a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Biological Sciences with a minor in Spanish. She is a new research assistant as of Spring 2017 and is involved with the TTM project and literature review. Outside of the CRPSIRlab, Hannah is involved with EARS, Greek Life, and has spent time interning in a women’s health clinic in rural Guatemala. She hopes to pursue a career in medicine after graduation and would like to be involved with global health initiative project.
Lindsay Rokito is a senior in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, majoring in Communication and minoring in Psychology. Her work at CRPSIR is going to be a collaboration with the Social Media Lab, as she also works with Professor Natalie Bazarova and Professor Dan Cosley. She has experience working with individuals with mental disabilities. Lindsay hopes to go to either pursue a career in Clinical Psychology, PR or HR.
Kaylee Kruzan is a third-year PhD student in the Department of Communication at Cornell. Her current research utilizes a theory of existential psychology to explore emotion regulation and anxiety mitigation in on- and offline contexts. She joins the lab to work on the analysis and development of a measure to assess readiness to change in individuals who self-harm based on the transtheoretical model of behavior change (TTM). Additionally, Kaylee is interested in the prevention and treatment of psychopathology including NSSI and related disorders with high comorbidity.