Currently, Danielle works as a Research Assistant for the Division of Schizophrenia Research at Rutgers UBHC. She is primarily involved in the CNTRACS study of memory and learning impairments in schizophrenia as well as a study examining if reinforcement learning deficits impact the ability of patients to benefit from attention shaping therapy.
Danielle received her B.A. in psychology from Villanova University in 2016. At Villanova, Danielle worked in a Social Self laboratory investigating how individuals’ perceptions of themselves are influenced by social situations and important relationships. She also completed an internship at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she studied the application of clinical assessments and interventions for the treatment of veterans with various mental health diagnoses. Danielle has also volunteered as an RA at the Bio Behavioral Institute, a psychology clinic in Great Neck, NY that specializes in treating OCD and Anxiety Related Disorders.