Departments & Organizations
Anna Milgramm graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Economics in December 2014. While at Emory, Anna worked as a Research Assistant at the Children’s and Mothers’ Emotions Laboratory, where she conducted a project focused on the parenting behaviors of mothers at risk for perinatal depression. She also worked as an Assistant Teacher at the Walden Early Childhood Center, an integrated preschool that promotes social interactions between children with autism and typically developing children. Additionally, she contributed to a research project at the Pinto Lab at Mount Sinai Hospital on the genetic link between several neurodevelopmental disorders. She is currently a fellow in developmental and computational social neuroscience at the Yale Early Social Cognition Lab.
Education & Training
|BA||Emory University, Psychology (2014)|