DANIEL WOLF, MD PHD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Dr. Wolf's research involves functional neuroimaging techniques, combined with neuroeconomic behavioral paradigms and pharmacological challenges, to explore the pathophysiological mechanisms in psychosis, depression, addiction, and other psychiatric disorders, and in young people at risk for these disorders.
Greer completed her B.A at Swarthmore College where she majored in Neuroscience and minored in English Literature. After graduation, Greer worked as a Research Associate in Dr. Kristin Bigos’s lab at the Lieber Institute for Brain Development in Baltimore, MD. There, she used functional neuroimaging and genetics to identify biomarkers for psychiatric drug development. Greer is currently a PhD candidate in the Neuroscience Graduate Group at the University of Pennsylvania. She is interested in the neural mechanisms underlying impaired social motivation in mental illnesses.
Clinical Research Coordinator
Paige completed her B.A. at Swarthmore College, where she majored in Neuroscience, and minored in Psychology and Spanish. She will be pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology at University of Maryland, College Park.
LUIS VIEGAS DE MORAES LEME
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Luis Fernando Leme is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania who is currently pursuing a dual degree in Neuroscience and Psychology in the pre-medicine track, with the intention of fulfilling his goal of becoming a psychiatrist. His primary career goals consist of studying potential interventions for mood disorders affecting youth, and reducing the social stigma attached to mental disorders.