The IMPACT Lab studies environmental and biological influences on the development and trajectory of bipolar spectrum disorders. Topics of particular interest include subclinical presentations of mood disorders in youth, the factors that predict the trajectory of mood symptoms over time, and using technology to overcome limitations in psychological science and to disseminate evidence-based care to those under served by traditional mental health services.
Core Lab Members
Anna VAN METER, Ph.D.
Anna received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine. She is also an adjunct Associate Professor at The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research and the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
Charlotte UTSCHIG, B.S.
Charlotte received her B.S. in Psychology and German from Fordham University. She has contributed to research on child and youth development and on the effectiveness of mobile apps for youth mental health and well-being. She is a research coordinator for the IMPACT Lab at NYU Langone Health.
Lara PRIZGINT, M.S.Ed
Lara received her M.S.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. John’s University. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York State. She is a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Psychiatric Neuro Center of The Zucker Hillside Hospital at Northwell Health and a part-time Clinical Research Coordinator for NYU Langone Health.
Elizabeth MULVIHILL, B.S.
Elizabeth received her B.S. in Applied Psychology from New York University. She has contributed to research on language development and the therapeutic alliance in adolescents. She is a volunteer research assistant for the IMPACT Lab at NYU Langone Health.
Nina is a second-year student at Barnard College. She is studying psychology, and is passionate about clinical psychology. She hopes to do a Ph.D. in clinical psychology after college. She is a research assistant for the IMPACT Lab at NYU Langone Health.
IMPACT Lab Emeritus
Neha AGRAWAL, Psy.D.
Neha graduated in 2019 after completing her internship at Cambridge Health Associates.
Ellen ANDERSON, B.S.
Ellen received her B.S. in Child Psychology from the University of Minnesota. She is currently a doctoral student at the University of South Dakota.
Eliana BAUMAN, M.A.
Eliana graduated from Stern College for Women. She is a doctoral student in clinical psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Michelle CHU, Psy.D.
Michelle graduated in 2018 after completing her internship at Columbia University Medical Center.
Lara FRIEDRICH, Psy.D.
Lara graduated in 2016 after completing her internship at Bronx Psychiatric Center.
Liat GORELICK, B.A.
Liat received her B.A. in neuroscience and psychology from Queens College. She is currently a doctoral student at Farleigh Dickinson University.
Jun Min KOAY, Psy.D.
Jun Min graduated in 2021 after completing his his clinical internship at the University of Miami.
Patricia LEE, Psy.D.
Patricia graduated in 2018 after completing her internship at the Central New York Psychiatric Center.
Yana LECHTMAN, Psy.D.
Yana graduated in 2019 after completing her internship at Mainmonides Medical Center.
Stephanie LEMOR, Psy.D.
Stephanie graduated in 2016 after completing her internship in the counseling center at Pace University.
Eleanor TRIPP, Psy.D.
Ellie graduated from Wright State University in 2020 after completing her internship at UT-Knoxville.
Melissa ROED, Psy.D.
Melissa graduated in 2019 after completing her internship at the Veterans Affairs New Jersey Health System.
Shira WEIN, B.A.
Shira received her B.A. in psychology with a concentration in neuroscience from Stern College for Women. She is currently a doctoral student at Long Island University.
Miranda ROSENBERG, Psy.D.
Miranda graduated in 2020 after completing her internship at Mt. Sinai Department of Psychiatry/Neuropsychology.
Lauren YANG, M.A.
Lauren is currently completing her clinical internship at San Jose State University Counseling and Psychological Services.