Post Doctoral Fellow
Rachel brings expertise in cognitive psychology to the research team. She recently finished her PhD in cognitive neuroscience at The George Washington University where she focused on executive functions, a broad set of processes that allow goal oriented behavior. Rachel has experience with all steps of the research process, from identifying questions and experimental design to data analysis and communicating the results. As a postdoctoral research fellow with the National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare, her goal is to apply her knowledge and expertise to challenges faced in healthcare to help find creative and efficient solutions.