Liz Harrison

Research Assistant (1999-2000)

Liz is a Research Assistant working with Dr. Deanna Barch. Liz graduated from Washington University in May 1999 with a BA in psychology and minors in Biology and English Literature. She serves many functions in the lab including recruiting, screening, scheduling, and testing subjects; administering fMRI scans and analyzing fMRI data; conducting clinical interviews; and coordinating undergraduate behavioral studies. Her previous research includes work with Beth Keys and Dr. Desiree White in the area of aging and pre-frontal cortex function and with Dr. Richard Kurtz in the area of hypnosis.