Who We Are
Hannah Snyder is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Brandeis University. Before coming to Brandeis, she completed her PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience at University of Colorado Boulder and a postdoctoral fellowship in developmental psychopathology at University of Denver. Her research interests include studying the interactions among executive function, mental health and stress in adolescents and young adults. She teaches Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience and Introduction to Developmental Psychology. When not working, she enjoys outdoor adventures and cooking.
Grace DiDomenico graduated from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She is broadly interested in Cognitive Psychology, and aspires to earn a PhD in Psychology. Grace is originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, so when she is not in the CoPE Lab she enjoys exploring the Boston area.