Research Training is Available in Aging-Related Areas
The objectives of our Research Training is to allow students to gain valuable experience, learn advanced laboratory techiques and skills, and prepare them for productive careers.
For students pursuing research experience or for faculty or other investigators, please see our main Research page, and contact the faculty member of interest for additional information. General questions can be directed to Andrew Revell.
Congratulations to Lauren Papa (left), Gerontology Minor and
Psychology Major who won Second Place at the University's 2013
Celebration of Undergraduate Research Day Competition. See:
"Occupational Prestige Predicting Cognitive Performance in Older Adults"
Selected Conference Presentations:
Left: Psychology student, Lauren Papa, presents "Occupational Prestige and SES in Relation to Cognitive Performance at 52nd annual meeting
of the New England Psychological Association,
October 12-13, 2012, Worcester, MA.
Left: Ashley Couto, a member of Dr. Revell's Cognitive Aging Laboratory, presents a poster, based on her honor's thesis, "The Role of Family Living Arrangement on Vascular and Cognitive Health" at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America in Atlanta, GA.
Left: Max Richmond, co-author and undergraduate research lab member with Drs. Ayotte and Revell, presenting a poster at the 5th Conference on Emerging Adulthood, October 26, 2011, Providence, RI.
Research Training - Lab Alumni
William Fitzgerald, PsyD, Clinician
Kristina Monteiro, M.A., Doctoral Student, Behavioral Sciences, University of Rhode Island
Max Richmond, B.A., Doctoral Student
Jaimie Panek, B.A., Doctoral Student, Clinical Neuropsychology
Ashley Couto, M.A., Clinical Neuropsychology Intern
Lauren Papa, B.A., Planning to apply to doctoral programs
Anna-Rae LeClaire, B.S.N., R.N., Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT (admitted to PhD Program, UCONN Nursing)
Carla Vertentes, B.A., Pre-Health, Applying for Medical School
Clarissa Iucho, B.S.N., International Student (Brazil)
Rayna Campbell, Visiting Student Researcher, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire