Kathryn E. Russo Curriculum Vitae

Kathryn E. Russo
Curriculum Vitae
Bachelor of Sciences, Neuroscience
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 2012 - 2014
Stonehill College, Easton, MA 2011-2012
Cumulative GPA: 3.77
Academic Honors:
Diamond Peer Teaching Academic Scholarship 2014
Nu Rho Psi Neuroscience Honor Society
Rho Lambda Honor Society 2013-2014
Temple University Academic Scholarship 2012-2014
Richardi Academic Scholarship 2013
Dean’s List
Stonehill College Presidential Scholarship 2011
Walpole Foundation Scholarship
Track and Cross Country Scholarship
Research Experience
Boston Attention and Learning Laboratory 2014-2016
Veteran’s Affairs, Boston MA
Research Assistant
Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory 2013-2014
Temple University, Primary Investigator: Ingrid R. Olson, PhD
Research Assistant
• Object Corpus study
o Programmed in E-Prime, ran test subjects, analyzed statistical data, manuscript preparation
o Mentor: Vanessa Troiani, PhD
• Social media coordinator
O Utilized the lab’s twitter account to tweet relevant articles and updates
Dedham Medical Associates 2011-2014
Dedham, MA
• Patient Outreach Coordinator
o Contacted and reminded patients about appointments, labs, and health maintenance
Relevant Skills
• MATLAB Programming
• AFNI fMRI Processing
• Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office, highly knowledgeable of MS Excel
• Statistical analysis using SPSS
Programming experimental stimuli using E-Prime
Data collection using Qualtrics and behavioral methods
Photo manipulation via Photoshop
Patient data tracking using Epic
Relevant Coursework
• Neurobiology of the Disease
• Techniques in Neuroscience
• Psychopathology
• Cognitive Neuroscience
• Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
• Statistics for Psychology
• Qualtrics and Mechanical Turk survey construction
Upcoming Presentations and Publications
Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, Poster Presentation 2014
Boston, MA
“Everyday objects vary in their social potential”
Temple Undergraduate Research Forum, Poster Presentation 2014
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
“Everyday objects vary in their social potential”
Troiani, V., Russo, K.E., Brooks, R., Olson, I.R. (In-prep). Social Object Knowledge:
Everyday objects vary in their social potential.
Memberships, Leadership, and Volunteer Positions
• Diamond Peer Teaching Program 2014
o Neuroscience Teaching Assistant
• Undergraduate Neuroscience Society 2013-2014
o Student Government Representative
• Undergraduate Neuroscience Tutoring o Tutor
• Cognitive Neuroscience Society
o Member
• Delta Nu Chapter of the Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority 2012-2014
o Risk Manager, Member
• 12+ Mentorship Program 2012-2013
o Public Relations Coordinator, Member
• Leadership Living Learning Community
o Member
• Brockton Church and Community 2011-2012
o Tutor for autistic child
• Stonehill College Dance Club
o Member
• Stonehill College Neuroscience Club
o Member