Stacey Monsell

Stacey Monsell, B.A., B.S., M.A.
Clinical Research Assistant

Education History:
B.A., Linguistics, University of Rochester
B.S., Brain and Cognitive Science, University of Rochester
M.A., Psychology, Boston University

Stacey graduated from undergrad in May of 2020 after extending her education to pursue an unrelated field of Geology at the University of Rochester. She took a year off to travel across the country hiking and climbing while collecting cool rocks. In 2021 she moved to Boston to begin a Master's program and graduated in May of 2022. She joined the Berenson-Allen Center in June 2022 as a Clinical Research Assistant. Stacey works with Dr. Emiliano Santarnecchi and Dr. Lorella Battelli researching treatments of noninvasive brain stimulation for patients with Alzheimer's Disease and Frontotemporal Dementia.

Personal Interests / Hobbies:
Away from work, Stacey enjoys rock climbing, video games, hiking, and yoga. As well as exploring the city with friends, family, and dogs.

Personal Goals:
Stacey is hoping to use her time at the Berenson-Allen Center to learn more about the different kinds of research being done. In the future she hopes to pursue a PhD in psychology research working with children on language development skills.