Doctoral Intern and Affiliated Researcher
Michael Mullarkey, M.A.
Michael completed a BA/MA in Clinical Psychology at American University and then worked as a research assistant at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill’s Medical School. He is currently a PhD candidate in Clinical Psychology at University of Texas at Austin and will begin his predoctoral internship at Stony Brook University in the Fall of 2019. His current projects are focused on translating symptom-level findings into scalable, targeted interventions for psychopathology.
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Mallory Dobias, B.S.
Mallory is a first-year Clinical Psychology PhD student at Stony Brook University (starting Fall 2019). She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in December 2016 with a B.S. in Psychology. Her primary research interests include evaluating and improving the treatment of internalizing symptoms in youth, particularly higher-severity symptoms of self-injury and suicidality. She plans to identify treatment mediators, develop brief, scalable interventions, and implement these interventions within accessible community settings.
Jenna Sung, B.A.
Jenna is a first-year Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student at Stony Brook University (starting Fall 2019). Jenna graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Educational Studies. After graduation, she pursued a post baccalaureate position at Brown University’s Pediatric Anxiety Research Center (PARC). Her primary research interests are: (a) identifying targetable, transdiagnostic processes underlying child internalizing disorders and applying that knowledge to develop brief, patient-centered treatments, (b) minimizing disparities in treatment access by addressing multiple level barriers to care, and (c) exploring applications of technology to better engage mechanisms of change, enhance assessment, and improve patient matching to appropriate treatment.
Dr. Schleider will be reviewing applications for new clinical psychology Ph.D. students for the 2020-2021 academic year. More information about Stony Brook University's APA- and PCSAS-accredited clinical psychology doctoral program is available here.
Dr. Schleider is happy to discuss the lab's current and future research directions with prospective Ph.D. students. Please email with any questions or for more information, including a CV and a brief description of your interests.
Jacquelyn Marriott, B.S.
Jacquelyn is a Masters student in Psychology at Stony Brook University. She graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2018 with a B.S in Psychology. Jacquelyn is interested studying in anxiety and eating disorders in adolescents, particularly how the two may interact. Upon graduation, she intends to pursue a Psy.D or Ph.D in Clinical Psychology.
Charlotte Palmer, B.A.
Charlotte is a Masters student in Psychology at Stony Brook University. Her research interests include scalable treatment options for childhood psychopathology, as well as school psychology. Upon graduation, Charlotte intends to pursue a career in school psychology.