Kristin Maple

Graduate Student
kemaple@uwm.edu

Kristin is a 5th year Ph.D. student studying clinical neuropsychology at UWM. She earned a B.S. in Biology with a Psychology minor from Gonzaga University in 2011. After college, she worked as a research assistant for Dr. Bonnie Nagel at Oregon Health & Science University, studying adolescent brain development. As a member of the UWM BraIN Lab, Kristin is interested in using multimodal neuroimaging techniques to characterize the affective and neurocognitive correlates of adolescent marijuana and alcohol use. Additionally, she is interested in investigating how individual differences such as gender, genetics, and sleep quality may moderate the effects of substances on brain development.