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 Recruiter
Kyle completed his B.A. at Moravian College where he majored in Psychology. He joins the Wolf lab after several years of developing full life cycle recruitment strategies for both large and small businesses in the Philadelphia area. Kyle is enthusiastic to bring together practice and purpose towards advancing mental health research.
Clinical Research Assessor
AJ completed his B.A. in Biology at Oberlin College. He is currently completing an M.S.Ed. degree in Mental Health Counseling through Penn's Graduate School of Education. He ultimately hopes to pursue a Ph.D., which would allow him to study how stress impacts psychological and neurological development and functioning across the lifespan.