Jasmine Perry is a first-year Ph.D. student in the social psychology program working with Diane Quinn. She earned her B.S. at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (2019) and her M.A. at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (2022). She is broadly interested in how stigma impacts both mental and physical health outcomes, as well as utilizing physiological data to explore the impact that stigma has on people’s physiological responses.
Tosca Braun is a fifth-year graduate student working with Amy Gorin and Crystal Park in the clinical psychology department. She earned her B.A.s at Reed College (History, 2007) and SUNY Empire State College (Psychology, 2011), and her M.A at UConn (Clinical Psychology, 2015). Tosca’s research aims to elucidate the psychosocial mechanisms underlying associations between adverse interpersonal experiences (stigma, trauma) and behavioral and physical health in medical populations. Fall 2016 she moves to South Korea, where she hopes to continue her research, clinical work, and passion for teaching and practicing yoga and meditation.