Fond Farewells

Ben Bayly, Jessica Braymiller, Walter Dempsey, Cara Exten Rice, Jamie Gajos, Grace Mak, Sarah Perzow, Ashley Walton, Mengya XiaJuly 9, 2019:

Each academic year there are arrivals and departures, but 2019 has seen an unusually high number of former investigators and trainees moving up the ladder in their career. Join us in congratulating all of them!

  • Ben Bayly accepted a position as assistant professor of family studies, child and youth development in the agricultural economics, sociology, and education at Penn State.
  • Jessica Braymiller earned her Ph.D. (Double congrats!) and is now as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Southern California.
  • Walter Dempsey, who recently completed his postdoctoral fellowship in biostatistics at Harvard University with Susan Murphy, accepted a position as assistant professor of biostatistics at University of Michigan.
  • Cara Exten Rice who has worked as research faculty in The Methodology Center, accepted a position as assistant professor of nursing at Penn State.
  • Jamie Gajos accepted a position as assistant professor of human development and family studies at University of Alabama.
  • Grace Mak earned her Ph.D. (Double congrats!) and is now postdoctoral scholar at the Dornsife Center for Self-Report Science at the University of Southern California.
  • Sarah Perzow, a former PAMT trainee, will graduate with her Ph.D. in clinical psychology in August and will begin a postdoctoral fellowship in psychology at The University of Denver.
  • Ashley Walton, who was also a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard with Susan, is now a research fellow in the cognitive science program at Dartmouth College.
  • Megya Xia earned her Ph.D. and accepted a position as assistant professor of psychology at the University of Alabama.

We look forward to the great science you will create in the future and to collaborating with each of you!

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