Psychology, Medicine, Health, and Society
Anh is a Senior majoring in Psychology and Medicine, Health & Society. She is currently working on her honors project in Psychology under the mentorship of Dr. Autumn Kujawa in the Mood, Emotion & Development laboratory at Peabody College. Anh’s project is a multi-method study of imposter syndrome, sensitivity to social feedback and sense of belonging in first-year students. She hopes to translate the results from this study to further enrich Vanderbilt student experience. Anh is also a undergraduate research assistant at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center (Rehabilitation Research and Training Center Parent Mentorship Project), working on the development of an intervention package aimed to increase employment outcomes for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Lastly, Anh also works for the CRISP Center for Psychology Research & Application in Hanoi, Vietnam, broadly focusing on mental health literacy. Anh’s main research interests include neural indicators of social processes in depression and predictors of treatment responses. In her free time, Anh likes to take pictures of her duck, Mimi, and her favorite place near campus is The Grilled Cheeserie.