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«CURRICULUM VITAE Date: August 23, 2015. PERSONAL Name: Jennifer C. Britton, Ph.D. Office Phone: 305-284-4943 Current Academic Rank: Assistant ...»

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2) Teaching specialization University of Miami, Psychology Department, Developmental Psychology Seminar Class University of Miami, Psychology Department, Assistant Professor, Cognitive Neuroscience, PSY605, 1/13-Present (4 semesters) University of Miami, Psychology Department, Assistant Professor, FORUM, NEU120/190, 1/13Present (3 semesters) Brandeis University, Psychology Department, Lecturer, Research Methods in Psychology, Psy52A, 08/07-12/07 Tufts University, Psychology Department, Lecturer, Research Methods in Clinical Psychology, Psy38, 01/07-04/07 University of Michigan, Psychology Department, Graduate Student Instructor, Human Neuropsychology, Psych345, 09/01-12/01

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Other professional teaching activities:

Post-doctoral Fellows:

Shengkai Sun (July 2015 – Present)

Graduate students:

Travis Evans, Adult Division (August 2013 – Present) Jamie Mash, Child Division (co-mentor, August 2013 – August 2014)

Other:

Kelly Shaffer, Adult Division, Clinical hours through laboratory experience (August 2014-June 2015) Ashley Malooly, Adult Division, Clinical hours through laboratory experience (August 2014June 2015) Marisa Perera, Health Division, Clinical hours through laboratory experience (May 2015Present)

Post-baccalaureate research assistants:

Andrea Gold (2005-2007) – Clinical Psychology Ph.D., Yale University, Post-doctoral Fellow NIMH Lauren Manning Price (2007-2008) – accepted to Clinical Psychology, University of Massachusetts Boston Lindsey Sankin (2008-2010) – Clinical Psychology, Northwestern University, Internship at Bellevue Hospital, New York.

Maxine Norcross (2008-2011) – Medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical School Michelle Clementi (2010-2012) – Clinical Psychology, University of Houston Carolyn Spiro (2011-2013) – Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University Emily Ronkin (2012-2014), Clinical Psychology, Georgia State University Michael Hernandez (Summer 2012 – Summer 2014), undecided Ilana Seager (Fall 2012 – Summer 2014), Clinical Psychology, Ohio State University Meghan Perkins (Summer 2013) Katherine Walukevich (Summer 2014-Present)

Undergraduate research assistants:

Julie Berhane (Fall 2012- Spring 2013, Summer – Fall 2014) Ashley Chin (Spring 2013-Fall 2013) Carly Schwartzman (Spring 2013 – Summer 2013) Brittany Tripp (Summer 2013 – Present), 2014 PRIME research award Steve Gomez (Fall 2013 – Spring 2014), received 2014 UMPSTART research award Marigloria Maldonado-Puebla (Fall 2013 – Spring 2014) Molly Short (Fall 2013 - Present) Vignesh Kumaresan (Fall 2013 – Present) Meghan Holzmacher (Summer 2014 – Spring 2015), 2014 College of Arts and Sciences Summer Research Program Ana Rodriguez (Fall 2014 – Present, including Summer 2015) Lee Kissel (Fall 2014 - Present) Kathleen Kubicki (Fall 2014 – Spring 2015) Roberto Diaz (Fall 2014 - Present) Andrew Mudreac (Fall 2014 - Present) Sirisha Gaddipati (Spring 2015 – Present) Jorge Gonzalez (Spring 2015) Monique Concepcion (Summer 2015 – Present)

-11Miriam Millan (Fall 2015 – Present) Madeline Mahoney (Fall 2015 – Present) Sugatha Raman (Fall 2015 – Present) Meghana Jami (Fall 2015 – Present) Roshni Bhat (Fall 2015 – Present)

3) Thesis and Dissertation Advising/Post-doctoral student supervision

Undergraduate:

Merissa Goolsarran, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, “Protecting the Undergraduate’s Mind from Mind

wandering: The effect of short-term mindfulness training”, Department of Psychology, Advisor:

Amishi Jha, Ph.D. (Spring 2013) Carly Schwartzmann, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, “Exploring Cross-Informant Ratings of Youth Anxiety: The Relationship between self, child and observer measures” Department of Psychology, Advisor: Jill Ehrenreich-May, Ph.D. (Spring 2014) Brittany Tripp, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Title: “Effects of Uncertainty on the Anticipation of Social Threat”, Advisor: Jennifer Britton, Ph.D. (Fall 2014-Spring 2015).

Noelle Mendez, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Title: “Attentional Control and Thought Suppression Relative to Post-event processing”, Advisor: Kiara Timpnao, Ph.D. (Spring 2015) Lauren Walter, Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Title: “The Effects of Mind Wandering on Early Visual Perceptual Processing”, Advisor: Amishi Jha, Ph.D. (Spring 2015)

Master’s Theses:

Demet Cek, Master’s Thesis Committee, “Attentional Biases, Physiological Arousal and Post-Event Processing in Social Anxiety: An Eye-tracking study” Department of Psychology, Chair: Kiara Timpano, Ph.D. (Proposal Defense: February 2013, Masters defense: November 19, 2013) Casey Burrows, Master’s Thesis Committee, “The Role of Affect in Self-Referenced Memory in

Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder, Department of Psychology, Chair:

Heather Henderson, Ph.D. (Proposal defense: November 1, 2013, Masters defense: May 9, 2014).

Evan Orivoznik “The perception of music-emotions of veterans with post-traumatic stress syndrome”.

Music Therapy Program, Chair Teresa Lesiuk, Ph.D. (Proposal defense: March 6, 2014, Masters defense April 3, 2015).

Travis Evans “Physiological Indices of Anticipation and Avoidance in Social Anxiety: An integrative





approach”. Department of Psychology, Chair: Jennifer C. Britton, Ph.D. (Proposal Defense:

August 29, 2014).

Jamie Mash, “Predicting Anxiety Using Explicit and Automatic Measures of Interpretative Biases in Clinically Anxious Youth: A Pilot Study”, Department of Psychology, Chair: Jill EhrenreichMay, Ph.D. (Proposal Defense: November 11, 2014).

Dina Dajani, “Development of the neural of the neural correlates of cognitive flexibility”, Department of Psychology, Chair: Lucina Uddin, Ph.D. (Proposal defense: TBD)

Dissertation Theses:

Whitney Mattson, Dissertation Committee, “The temporal dependency hypothesis: Previous look durations predict next look durations.” Chair: Dr. Daniel Messinger (Proposal: May 2013, Dissertation defense: March 30, 2014) Emily Becker, Dissertation Committee, “Parent/Child Informant Discrepancies: Implications for Youth Anxiety Treatment”, Chair: Dr. Amanda Jensen-Doss (Proposal: August 2013, Dissertation defense: April 17, 2015) Erin Etzel, Dissertation Committee, “The Association of Socieconomic Status and Stressful School environments on adolescent health behaviors and outcomes”, Chair: Dr. Patrice Saab (Proposal: September 25, 2013)

-12Arturo Leyva, Dissertation Committee, “The comparative effects of treadmill training versus multidirectional variable-speed training on muscle fiber types, dialing living and executive function in elderly men and women.” Exercise Physiology. Chair: Dr. Joseph Signorile. (Proposal: May, 20 2014, Dissertation defense: May 14, 2015) Ashley Shaw, Dissertation Committee, “The Role of Negative and Positive Emotional Reactions in

Hoarding Symptomatology”, Department of Psychology. Chair: Dr. Kiara Timpano (Proposal:

October 30, 2014).

Devon Gangi, Dissertation Committee, Dopaminergic variants in siblings at high risk for autism:

Associations with joint attention and behavior problems. Chair: Dr. Daniel Messinger (Proposal: December 3, 2014, Dissertation defense: April 1, 2015).

Sean Nicolle, Dissertation Committee, The role of movement complexty in mediating the effects of exercise on cognition. Chair: Dr. Joseph Signorile. (Proposal: December 19, 2014).

SERVICE

1) University Committee and Administrative Responsibilities University of Miami, Core Directors Meetings, Summer 2015 – Present University of Miami, MRI Facility, MR Tech Hiring Committee, Summer 2015 University of Miami, Qualifying Exam committee, 2014-2015 University of Miami, Undergraduate Research Pool/Transition to SONA Committee, 2015 University of Miami, Provost Research Award Review Committee, Fall 2014 University of Miami, Department of Psychology, Developmental Faculty Hiring Committee, Fall 2014 University of Miami, Department of Psychology, MRI Assistant Scientist Hiring Committee, Fall 2014Summer 2015 University of Miami, Department of Psychology, Director of the MRI Facility, Summer 2014 – Present University of Miami, Department of Computer Science BRAIN Initiative Faculty Hiring Committee, 2013-2014.

University of Miami, College of Arts and Sciences, Stamp and Singer Scholarship Interviewer, Spring 2014-2015.

University of Miami, College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Dissertation and Summer Award Selection committee, Spring 2014.

University of Miami, Department of Psychology, Clinical Qualifying Exam, Summer 2013 (grader)Present (exam question developer, proctor, and grader) University of Miami, Department of Psychology, Neuroscience Faculty Hiring Committee, 2013-2014 University of Miami, Department of Psychology, fMRI Steering Committee, Member of Management, Safety and Research Committees, Chair of Technical Committee, 2012-Present University of Michigan, Neuroscience Graduate Student Recruitment Committee, 2005 University of Michigan, Neuroscience Program Executive Committee, 2003-2004 University of Michigan, Program in Biomedical Sciences Admissions Committee, 2001

2) Community Activities University of Miami, Department of Psychology, PRIME Faculty Speaker on Career Paths, Summer Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Young Professional Luncheon Host, April 2015.

Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Master Clinician Review (2 sessions, April 2015.

University of Miami, Mental Health Forum, Faculty Representative, April 2015.

University of Miami, Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Faculty Representative, April 2015 University of Miami, RCIF Judge. March 31, 2015.

Patricia and Phillip Frost Science Museum, Facilitator at Museum “Brain Surgery While Awake”, March 19, 2015 Patricia and Phillip Frost Science Museum, Brain Fair, March 21, 2015

-13University of Miami, CaneSearch Research Symposium, Neuroimaging Facility. Poster presented March 4, 2015.

University of Miami, MRI Facility Tours – Riveria Middle School, January 29, 2015.

Miami Spring Middle School, Presentations on Anxiety and MRI, January 23, 2015.

Undergraduate Neuroscience Society presentation and Neuroscience Building Tour, October 14, 2014.

United Way of Miami-Dade, presentation of BRAIN activities for preschoolers. Teacher: Heidi Reinen, October 8, 2014.

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science BRAIN Exhibit Development, June 19, 2014.

University of Miami/Florida International University Conference, Faculty Representative and Discussant. May 13, 2014.

University of Miami, You Choose Award, Neuroimaging/AFNI Workshop Organizer, April 28-May 1, 2014.

Miami Herald Interview, March 4, 2014.

University of Miami, College of Arts and Sciences Magazine Interview, Feb 11, 2014.

University of Miami, PGSA Faculty/Student Mentorship seminar, April 11, 2013.

University of Miami, Graduate School, Research, and Informational Programs for Psychology (GRIPP), post- baccalaureate options seminar, February 12, 2013 University of Miami, Department of Psychology, fMRI Journal Club Co-Coordinator, 2012-2013 NIMH, Analysis for Neuroimages (AFNI) Group Coordinator, 2009-2011 NIMH, Section on Development and Affective Neuroscience (SDAN) Science Presentation Coordinator, 2008-2010 McLean Hospital, Post-doctoral Fellow Journal Club Coordinator, 2007 Massachusetts General Hospital, Psychiatric Neuroimaging Seminar Series Coordinator, 2005-2006 University of Michigan, Life Sciences Program, Detroit Science Center Museum Exhibit, 2003 University of Michigan, Young Neuroscientists, 2001

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