Inglis Towe

Research Technician, now at WUSM Psychiatry

Inglis received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Missouri – Columbia in May of 2015. As an undergraduate, she worked in a lab studying the negative symptoms of schizophrenia under John Kerns, which sparked her interest in the analysis of psychopathology and cognitive processing. She plans to eventually attend graduate school to study clinical psychology, but is taking time off post-graduation to explore her interests in research. She currently works full time in the CCP Lab as a research technician on the CNTRACS project. Her research interests are primarily focused on cognitive control within trauma and psychosis, specifically investigating the behavioral symptoms, emotional processes, and cognitive functions affected by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and schizophrenia.