Kiley McKee - Co-President
Kiley is a sophomore Cognitive Science and Psychology double major at Johns Hopkins University. She is currently working on a project involving spatial thinking and 3rd grade STEM curriculum development with Hopkins’ Science of Learning Institute. In the future, Kiley hopes to continue bridging the gap between science of learning research and education.
Anne Li - Co-President
Anne is a senior at the Johns Hopkins University double majoring in neuroscience and Spanish on a pre-medical track. Her research interests include using microRNAs as a potential source of therapy for diseases, especially neurological diseases and brain cancers. She is currently working with microRNAs and glioblastoma. Her aim is to achieve an MD-PhD and work in pediatric neurology.
Jane Brusilovsky - Conference Coordinator
Jane is a junior majoring in Cognitive Science with focal areas in linguistics and neuroscience. She researches PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder at LIBD. She is a Wilson Fellow who is studying the 3D printing of stroke legions. Following college, she plans on attending medical school to pursue her aspiration of becoming a surgeon and eventually working at a teaching hospital.
Angela Wang - Treasurer
Angela is a senior majoring in public health and psychology. Her research interests are clinical and cognitive psychology. She loves to watch Netflix and korean dramas in her free time and is excited to contribute more to Omega Psi this semester.
Coleman Haley - Linguistics and Technology Coordinator
Coleman is a junior majoring in computer science and cognitive science with focal areas in linguistics and computational approaches to cognition. He is interested in computational models of language and interpretable machine learning. He works with Dr. Colin Wilson in the phonology lab.
Karen Wang - Membership Chair
Karen is a junior majoring in Cognitive Science on the pre-medical track. She researches the neural mechanisms of addiction behavior and is interested in the various responses of the brain to reward expectations. Following college, she plans on attending medical school and work in neurology.