As an undergraduate, Lauren Wolfe studied psychological science and worked as a research assistant investigating how relationships and individual traits are associated with internalizing disorders across the lifespan. After graduation, she worked as a clinical research coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital, aiding in projects on the relationship between genes, cognition, and psychopathology among children at an outpatient neuropsychological assessment clinic. In the fall of 2023, she began her graduate study with Professor Amanda Williford. Wolfe's research interests include identifying risk and protective factors for young children with social-emotional and academic difficulties to aid in prevention and targeted intervention efforts in schools.
B.A., Colgate University, 2021