Sarah is my lab’s research coordinator at Penn State College of Medicine. She graduated from Penn State in 2019 with a BS in Statistics. Sarah plans to apply to quantitative and clinical psychology PhD programs for Fall 2024. She is particularly interested in using data to inform real-world psychopathology conceptualization, treatment and prevention, especially for people in underserved communities.
Sarah’s papers and projects in my lab include:
Hauryski, S., Babinski, D., Waschbusch, D., & Forrest, L. N. (in prep). Polypharmacy in a large, nationwide cohort in adults with borderline personality disorder.
Babinski, D., Hauryski, S., Waschbusch, D., & Forrest, L. N. (in prep). Polypharmacy in a large, nationwide cohort in adolescents with borderline personality disorder.
Diaz, A., Hauryski, S., Waschbusch, D., & Forrest, L. N. (in prep). Comparison of fluoxetine vs. duloxetine for the treatment of comorbid major depressive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder in pediatric patients.
Many forthcoming papers stemming from current data collection!