Undergraduate Research Assistants

Felicia McGill : Undergraduate Research Assistant

Felicia McGill

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Felicia McGill is a sophomore in the Capstone Scholars Program majoring in Math with a minor in Spanish. Her research focuses on social attention in younger children with autism spectrum disorder. She is currently the treasurer of USC’s Neuroscience club. After undergrad, she hopes to spend time in the Peace Corps teaching math in Latin America.

Maggie Besse : Undergraduate Research Assistant

Maggie Besse

Undergraduate Research Assistant

 

Maggie Besse is a junior undergraduate in the USC Honor's College with a major in Biology and a minor in Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior.  Maggie is hoping to one day attend medical school to become an obstetrician and help establish maternal health clinics in third world countries.  Maggie's research interests include the environmental and biological factors that contribute to a higher risk of autism in autism siblings.

Malorie Webb : Undergraduate Research Assistant

Malorie Webb

Undergraduate Research Assistant

 

Malorie Webb is an undergraduate in the Honors College with a major in Public Health and a minor in Chemistry. Upon graduation, Malorie plans to attend medical school back home in North Carolina and study to be a pediatrician. Malorie's research interests include object and social attention and how they are related.

Elizabeth Lowe : Undergraduate Research Assistant

Elizabeth Lowe

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Elizabeth Lowe is a senior psychology major at the university. Her research focuses on heart activity and anxiety in young children of different neurodevelopmental backgrounds. After gaining her B.A., she hopes to work with children and families and to earn her doctorate in clinical psychology.

Isabelle Robinson : Undergraduate Research Assistant

Isabelle Robinson

Undergraduate Research Assistant

 

Isabelle Robinson is currently a sophomore attending USC’s Honors College with a major in biology and a minor in medical humanities. Upon graduating, Isabelle hopes to attend medical school and study to be a pediatric oncologist. Her research focuses on facial fear coding and object manipulation in comparison to social gaze.


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