Meet the Team

Cindy Wong, RN

Research Assistant

Cindy hails from Boston, and she graduated from Boston College in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Biology and a minor in General Education. She is currently a M.S. in Nursing candidate at MGH Institute of Health Professions, where she is studying to become a pediatric nurse practitioner. Her work with Dr. Sieberg includes examining biopsychosocial predictors of chronic pain in the pediatric spine, hip, and endometriosis populations. 

 

 

Emily Mosher 

Graduate Intern from the Boston University M.S. in Medical Sciences Program
 
Originally from Chicago, Emily graduated from DePaul University in 2017 with a B.S. in Psychology concentrating in Cognitive Neuroscience with minors in Biological Sciences and Community Service Studies. She is currently pursuing a M.S. in Medical Sciences from Boston University.  Her current work with Dr. Sieberg includes examining the role of central sensitization on biopsychosocial factors in the endometriosis population.
 

Yashoda Dhole

Graduate Intern from the Boston University M.S. in Medical Sciences Program

Yashoda graduated from The George Washington University in 2017 with a B.S. in Biology and a minor in Public Health. She is currently pursuing a M.S. in Medical Sciences from Boston University and will be completing her master’s thesis with Dr. Sieberg. Yashoda will be working with endometriosis patients to examine psychophysical predictors of pain and related functional disabilities. She hopes to attend medical school in the future, with an end goal of specializing in pediatric nephrology. 

Trevor Coles

Undergraduate Intern from Tufts University

Trevor is a senior at Tufts University where he majors in Biology and is currently on the Pre-Medical track. Trevor works with Dr. Sieberg to understand how adolescents and young women with Chronic Pelvic Pain secondary to endometriosis function in regard to their condition and pain. In the future, Trevor hopes to work as a Pediatric Oncologist.

 

Giulia Pintea

Undergraduate Intern from Simmons University 

Giulia Pintea is a senior at Simmons University, where she is double-majoring in Psychology and Biostatistics and minoring in Mathematics. Throughout her work with Dr. Sieberg, she hopes to shed light on the role of stress and anxiety on pain perception as well as on the risk factors contributing to chronic pain. In the future, she hopes to pursue a doctorate degree in Psychology and explore computational approaches to the biological systems underlying our behavior. 

 
Margaret Aiken
Undergraduate Intern from Simmons University

Margaret is a senior at Simmons University, where she is majoring in Neuroscience and Behavior with a minor in Nutrition. She hopes to work with Dr. Sieberg to study the biopsychosocial predictors of pain for young women and adolescents with endometriosis. In the future, Margaret hopes to further her education in a graduate program for school counseling.