Corey Kronman, MS
Corey graduated from Boston University with a Bachelors of Science in Biomedical Engineering in 2013, followed by a Masters of Science in Medical Sciences in 2015. He works closely with Dr. Simons, exploring pain-related fear learning in children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing chronic pain. Additionally, Corey's interests include neuroimaging techniques to better understand pediatric chronic pain, as well as developing improved therapy techniques for children experiencing chronic pain.
Molly Basch, BS
Molly is primarily interested in research pertaining to the pediatric chronic pain population. Specifically, she wishes to continue investigating under the supervision of Dr. Simons how to improve the functioning and overall quality of life of these patients by addressing the psychological components of the chronic pain condition, as well as identify the family’s role in child outcome. In addition to this, she is interested in examining differences in brain activity between chronic pain patients and their healthy peers.
Undergraduate Intern from Binghamton University
Hannah is currently an undergraduate student at Binghamton University majoring in psychology. Her research interested include memory, pain-related fear, parental role in pediatric pain outcomes, and the role of explanatory models in treating chronic pain. She currently plans to pursue a doctorate program in Clinical Psychology after graduating this spring.
Undergraduate Intern from Boston College
Victoria is going to be a senior at Boston College, majoring in Biology with a minor in Art History. Her past research includes studying episodic memory in adults and looking at the life cycle and division of parasite T. gondii. She is excited to be a part of the research team at the BPP and hopes to focus on the effect of fear in chronic pain patients.