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                                     Michelle A. Patriquin
                                         Virginia Tech
                                      Clinical Psychology
                                   Department of Psychology
                                  Blacksburg, VA 24061-0436
                                       mpatriq@vt.edu

Education
2013*       Ph.D.   Clinical Psychology, Virginia Tech
                    Dissertation Title: Defensive neurophysiological response: Exploring the
                    neural and autonomic correlates of social behavior
2010        M.S.    Clinical Psychology, Virginia Tech
                    Thesis Title: Music and children with autism spectrum disorders: Potential
                    autonomic mechanisms of social attention improvement
2007        B.S.    Psychology, Virginia Tech
                    Thesis Title: Autonomic implications of internet use
2007        B.S.    Business Management, Virginia Tech
*expected

Research Experience
2012-Present        Graduate Research Intern, Cognition, Brain, and Autism Laboratory
                    Civitan International Research Center, University of Alabama-Birmingham
                    Principal Investigator: Rajesh Kana, Ph.D.
2011-2012           Graduate Research Assistantship, Human Neuroimaging Laboratory
                    Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
                    Principal Investigators: P. Read Montague, Ph.D. & Kenneth Kishida, Ph.D.
2011-2012           Graduate Research Assistant, Summer Scholars in Residence Program
                    Institute for Culture, Society and Environment at Virginia Tech
                    Team: Angela Scarpa, Ph.D. (PI), P. Read Montague, Ph.D., Kenneth
                    Kishida, Ph.D., Susan White, Ph.D., Bruce Friedman, Ph.D.
Spring 2011         Graduate Research Internship, Human Neuroimaging Laboratory
                    Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute
                    Principal Investigators: P. Read Montague, Ph.D. & Kenneth Kishida, Ph.D.
2010-2011           Graduate Research Assistant, Cognitive, Emotion & Self-Regulation Lab
                    Virginia Tech
                    Principal Investigator: Bradley White, Ph.D.
Summer 2010         Research Technician, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
                    Duke University
                    Principal Investigator: Laura Smart Richman, Ph.D.
2009-2010           Graduate Research Assistant, Carilion Neurodevelopmental Clinic
                    Carilion Pediatric Clinic
                    Principal Investigators: Varsha Desai, M.D., Kathryn Kerkering, M.D., &
                    Angela Scarpa, Ph.D.




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2008-2009         Sona Experiment Systems Coordinator, Department of Psychology
                  Virginia Tech
2007-2008         Psychophysiology Coordinator, Duke Interdisciplinary Initiative in Social
                  Psychology
                  Duke University
                  Supervisor: David Neal, Ph.D.
2007-2008         Research Technician, Department of Psychology & Neuroscience
                  Duke University
                  Principal Investigator: Laura Smart Richman, Ph.D.
2005-2007         Research Assistant, Violence and Victimization Lab
                  Virginia Tech
                  Principal Investigator: Angela Scarpa, Ph.D.

Clinical Experience
August 2012       Clinical Child & Pediatric Psychology Internship
                  Civitan-Sparks Interdisciplinary Clinics, University of Alabama-Birmingham
                  MCH LEND/UCEDD Training Program
                  Primary Mentor: Sarah O’Kelley, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Child and pediatric psychology
2011-2012         Peer Supervisor, Psychological Services Center, Virginia Tech
                  Supervisor: David Harrison, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Neuropsychological assessment, Traumatic brain injury
2008-2012         Graduate Clinician, Virginia Tech Autism Clinic
                  Supervisors: Angela Scarpa, Ph.D., LCP & Susan White, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Clinic Coordinator, Diagnostic assessment
Summer 2011       Clinical Practicum, Psychological Services Center, Virginia Tech
                  Supervisor: Lee Cooper, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Family systems
2010-2011         Group Leader, Services for Students with Disabilities
                  Supervisors: Susan White, Ph.D., LCP & Robyn Hudson, MSW, LCSW
                  Focus: Support group for college students with Asperger’s Disorder
Summer 2010       Clinical Externship, Duke Child and Family Study Center
                  Duke University Medical Center
                  Supervisor: Melanie Bonner, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Pediatric neuropsychological assessment
2009-2010         Clinical Practicum, Psychological Services Center, Virginia Tech
                  Supervisor: Angela Scarpa, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Child cognitive-behavioral therapy, Autism spectrum disorders
Summer 2009       Clinical Practicum, Psychological Services Center, Virginia Tech
                  Supervisor: Lee Cooper, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Family systems
2008-2009         Clinical Practicum, Psychological Services Center, Virginia Tech
                  Supervisor: Russell Jones, Ph.D., LCP
                  Focus: Childhood trauma




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Research Funding Received
2011              Summer Scholars in Residence Grant ($29,980; PI: Angela Scarpa, Ph.D.)
                  Institute for Society, Culture and Environment at Virginia Tech
                      • Based on preliminary examination paper
                      • Funded interdisciplinary team of researchers to develop R21
                           proposal, dissertation human subjects payment, psychophysiology
                           training, outside consultants
2011              Virginia Tech Graduate Research Development Program Grant ($600)
                      • Received for dissertation
2009              Organization for Autism Research Graduate Grant ($779)
                      • Received for master’s thesis
2009              Virginia Tech Child Clinical Fund ($450)
                      • Received for master’s thesis
2008              Virginia Tech Graduate Research Development Program Grant ($392)
                      • Received for master’s thesis

Research Funding Pending
July 16, 2012     National Institute of Mental Health (R21)
(resubmission)    Computational Approach to Arousal/Regulatory Processes in Autism
                  Spectrum Disorders
                  ($275,000/direct; PIs: Kenneth Kishida, Ph.D. & Angela Scarpa, Ph.D.)
                     • Product of Summer Scholars in Residence Program, dissertation
                         experimental design, and preliminary exam
                     • Coordinated interdisciplinary team in grant writing, drafted multiple
                         aspects of the grant (specific aims, innovation section of research
                         plan, all supplementary documents), collected simultaneous fMRI and
                         psychophysiology pilot data (N = 20) for submission.

Teaching Experience
2008-2009         Introductory Psychology Recitation, Virginia Tech

Awards & Honors
2011              VT Summer Scholar in Residence
2011              VT Excellence in Access and Inclusion Award
2010              Society for Psychophysiological Research Travel Award ($500)
2010              Distinguished Contribution in the Society for Science of Clinical Psychology
                  Poster Award ($100; second author)
2010              VT Psychology Department Graduate Travel Award ($500)
2010              VT Graduate School Assembly Travel Fund Award ($300)
2009              Galper Fund Travel Award ($300)
2009              1st place Poster Award, Virginia Tech Graduate Symposium ($500)
2007              Undergraduate Award for Research Excellence, Virginia Tech
2004-2007         Dean’s List, Virginia Tech
2004-2005         Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Honor Roll (Women’s Lacrosse)


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2003-2004           Big East Academic All-Star (Women’s Lacrosse)

Publications
Refereed journals
Patriquin, M.A., Wilson, L.C., Kelleher, S.A., & Scarpa, A. (2012). Psychophysiological reactivity
       to threat in sexually re-victimized women. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma,
       21, 1-18. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2012.690835
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., & Porges, S.W. (2011). Respiratory sinus
       arrhythmia: A marker for positive social functioning and receptive language skills in
       children with autism spectrum disorders. Developmental Psychobiology. Advance online
       publication. doi: 10.1002/dev.21002
Scarpa, A., Wilson, L.C., Wells, A.O., Patriquin, M.A., & Tanaka, A. (2009). Thought control and
      coping as mediators between CSA severity and the impact of events. Behavior Research
      and Therapy, 47, 809-813. doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2009.06.002

Non-refereed
Patriquin, M.A., & Wilson, L.C. (2010). Psychophysiology: Daunting or doable? Association for
       Psychological Science Observer, 23, 49-50.

Book/Book chapter
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., & Friedman, B.H. (in press). Physiological Assessment. In: B.D.
       McLeod, A. Jensen-Doss, & T.H. Ollendick (Eds.), To appear in the Handbook of Child
       and Adolescent Diagnostic and Behavioral Assessment. New York, NY: Guilford
       Publications.
Knepp, M.M., Riser, D.K., Patriquin, M.A., & Stephens, R.S. (Eds.). (2009). Psychology
       Readings for the Introductory Student. Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.

Manuscripts in preparation/under review
Patriquin, M.A., Lorenzi, J., Scarpa, A., & Bell, M.A. (2012). Developmental trajectories of
       respiratory sinus arrhythmia: Association with social responsiveness. Manuscript in
       revision. Developmental Psychobiology.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., & Porges, S.W. (2012). Defensive cardiac
       responding in autism spectrum disorders: Implications for social behavior. Manuscript
       under review. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Patriquin, M.A., Lorenzi, J., & Scarpa, A. (2012). Relationship between respiratory sinus
       arrhythmia, heart rate, and caregiver-reported language and cognitive delays in children
       with autism spectrum disorders. Manuscript under review. Applied Psychophysiology and
       Biofeedback.
Scarpa, A., Reyes, N., Patriquin, M.A., Lorenzi, J., Hassenfeldt, T., Desai, V., & Kerkering, K.
      (2012). The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers: Reliability in a diverse rural
      American sample. Manuscript under review. Journal of Autism and Developmental
      Disorders.
Scarpa, A., Patriquin, M.A., & Ostmeyer, K. (2012). A brief parent autism symptom checklist for
      autism spectrum disorder: Consistency between professional diagnosis and parent-
      reported symptoms in a community sample. In preparation.




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Published abstracts
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010). Potential autonomic mechanisms of social attention
      improvements in children with autism spectrum disorders. Psychophysiology, (Suppl. 1),
      S67.
Patriquin, M.A., Wilson, L.C., Kelleher, S.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010). Sexual victimization in
      women: Differential psychophysiological responding to sexual threat. Psychophysiology,
      (Suppl. 1), S67-S68.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., & Benoit, K. (2009). Vagal reactivity to stress in sexually
      revictimized women. Psychophysiology, (Suppl. 1), S106.
Patriquin, M.A., Knepp, M.M., Wells, A.O., Scarpa, A., & Friedman, B.H. (2007). Frustration
      and novelty: Effects on autonomic response in internet users. Psychophysiology, (Suppl.
      1), S70.

Invited Addresses
Patriquin, M.A. (2011, September). Neurophysiological correlates of social behavior in autism
       spectrum disorders. Invited address at the annual Clinical Research Fair for the Virginia
       Tech Psychology Department. Blacksburg, VA.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2011, August). Neurophysiological correlates of social behavior in
       autism spectrum disorders. Invited address at the Salem VA Medical Center. Salem, VA.
Patriquin, M.A. (2011, February). Impact of music on autism spectrum disorders. Invited
       address at the Blue Ridge Autism and Achievement Center. Roanoke, VA.
Patriquin, M.A. (2010, September). Music and children with autism spectrum disorders:
       Potential autonomic mechanisms of social attention improvements. Invited address at the
       annual Clinical Research Fair for the Virginia Tech Psychology Department. Blacksburg,
       VA.

Symposium/Oral Presentations
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., White, S. W. & Kishida, K.T. (2012, September).
       Autism spectrum disorders through a neurophysiological lens. In B.H. Friedman (Chair),
       New developments in the psychophysiology of autism spectrum disorders. Symposium to
       be presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research. New Orleans, LA.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., & Porges, S.W. (2012, June). Correlates of
       respiratory sinus arrhythmia in autism spectrum disorders: Impact on social development
       changes. In A.V. Van Hecke (Chair), Cardiovascular regulation and social behavior in
       typically developing and at-risk infants and children. Symposium presented at the
       International Conference on Infant Studies. Minneapolis, MN.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., & Porges, S.W. (2012, May). Respiratory sinus
       arrhythmia in children with ASD: A biomarker for positive functioning. An oral
       presentation at the International Meeting for Autism Research. Toronto, Canada.
Scarpa, A., Reyes, N., Patriquin, M.A., Lorenzi, J., Hassenfedlt, T.A., Desai, V., & Kerkering, K.
      (2012, May). Social economic status and the M-CHAT: Unreliable results for mothers with
      low education level. An oral presentation at the International Meeting for Autism
      Research. Toronto, ON.
Kopp-Miller, K., Patriquin, M.A., & Pugliese, C. (2012, May). G.A.M.E. on: Starting and
      facilitating a group for college students on the autism spectrum. An oral presentation to
      be presented at the American Group Psychotherapy Association. New York, NY.



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Wilson, L.W., Patriquin, M.A., Waldron, J. (2011, October). Coping following childhood sexual
       abuse. An oral presentation at the Clinical Research Forum for the Virginia Tech
       Psychology Department. Blacksburg, VA.
Kopp-Miller, K., Patriquin, M.A., & Pugliese, C. (2011, May). G.A.M.E. on: Starting and
       facilitating a group for college students on the autism spectrum. An oral presentation at
       the Virginia Counseling Center Conference. Richmond, VA.
Patriquin, M.A. & Scarpa, A. (2010, March). Music and social engagement in children with
       autism spectrum disorders: Potential autonomic mechanisms of change. An oral
       presentation at the annual Virginia Tech Graduate Student Assembly Research
       Symposium. Blacksburg, VA.

Poster Presentations
Hassenfedlt, T.A., Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2012, May). Baseline physiological
      defensiveness: Predicting severity of Social Responsiveness Scale scores. A poster
      presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research. Toronto, Canada.
Scarpa, A., Reyes, N.M., Patriquin, M.A., Lorenzi, J., Hassenfeldt, T., Desai, V., & Kerkering, K.
       (2012, May). Social economic status and the M-CHAT: Unreliable results for mothers with
       low education level. A poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research.
       Toronto, Canada.
Wilson, L.C., Waldron, J.C., Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., & Sheetz, S. (2012, May). Technology
       and communication following the Virginia Tech shootings. A poster presented at the
       Association for Psychological Science Convention. Chicago, IL.
Patriquin, M.A., Waldron, J.C., Giridhar, K., Scarpa, A., Farley, J., Riser, D., & Kim-Spoon, J.
       (2012, May). Stress related psychophysiological reactivity in adult survivors of child
       abuse. A poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science. Chicago, IL.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., Friedman, B.H., & Porges, S.W. (2011, May). Respiratory sinus
       arrhythmia: A marker of positive functioning in children with autism spectrum disorders. A
       poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research. San Diego, CA.
Lorenzi, J., Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2011, May). Stereotyped motor behaviors and
       managing hyper-arousal: Examining cardiac function in children with autism spectrum
       disorders. A poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science Convention.
       Washington, DC.
Patriquin, M.A., & White, B.A. (2011, May). Psychopathy: The mediating effect of empathy on
       public and anonymous prosocial behavior. A poster presented at the Association for
       Psychological Science Convention. Washington, DC.
Patriquin, M.A., & Bonner, M.J. (2011, April). Assessing the neuropsychological implications of
       pediatric cancer. A poster presented at the Virginia Tech Cancer Symposium.
       Blacksburg, VA.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2011, March). Music: Soothing autonomic state and improving
       social attention in children with autism spectrum disorders. A poster presented at the
       Music, Science & Medicine: Frontiers in Biomedical Research & Clinical Applications
       Conference, New York Academy of Sciences. New York, NY.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010, September). Potential autonomic mechanisms of social
       attention improvement in children with autism spectrum disorders. A poster presented at
       the annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Portland, Oregon.



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Patriquin, M.A., Wilson, L.C., Kelleher, S.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010, September). Sexual
       victimization in women: Differential psychophysiological responding to sexual threat. A
       poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
       Portland, Oregon.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010, May). Baseline autonomic state predictive of social
       responsiveness in children with autism spectrum disorders. A poster presented at the
       International Meeting for Autism Research. Philadelphia, PA.
Reyes, N., Patriquin, M., Scarpa, A., Desai, V., & Kerkering, K. (2010, May). Differences
       between English- and Spanish-speaking mothers' report on toddlers' profiles in the
       Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (M-CHAT). A poster presented at the
       International Meeting for Autism Research. Philadelphia, PA.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010, May). Music-related decreases in autonomic arousal in
       children with autism spectrum disorders. A poster presented at the Association for
       Psychological Science Convention. Boston, MA.
Reyes, N., Patriquin, M., Scarpa, A., Desai, V., & Kerkering, K. (2010, May). What ethnicity can
       tell us about early screening of autism spectrum disorders. A poster presented at the
       Association for Psychological Science Convention. Boston, MA.
McKeown, D.A., Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2010, March). Children with autism spectrum
       disorders: Increasing social attention via music. A poster presented at the Virginia Tech
       Graduate Student Assembly Research Symposium. Blacksburg, VA.
Rezendes, D., Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2009, November). Parent emotion coaching and
       its influence on behavioral problems associated with autism spectrum disorders: The role
       of parenting self-efficacy. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for
       Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. New York, NY.
Patriquin, M.A., Scarpa, A., & Benoit, K.E. (2009, October). Vagal reactivity to stress in sexually
       revictimized women. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for
       Psychophysiological Research. Berlin, Germany.
Patriquin, M.A., Wells, A.O., Wilson, L.C., & Scarpa, A. (2009, May). Physiological blunting in
       young women survivors of sexual abuse. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the
       Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA.
Wilson, L.C., Patriquin, M.A., Wells, A.O., Tanaka, A., & Scarpa, A. (2009, May).
       Retrospective examination of thought control strategies as mediators of adjustment in
       young women survivors of child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the annual meeting of
       the Association for Psychological Science. San Francisco, CA.
Patriquin, M.A., & Scarpa, A. (2009, March). Vagal augmentation of sexually revictimized
       women to an emotional stroop task. Poster presented at the Virginia Tech Graduate
       Research Symposium. Blacksburg, VA.
Patriquin, M.A., Knepp, M.M., Wells, A.O., Scarpa, A., & Friedman, B.H. (2007, October).
       Frustration and novelty: Effects on autonomic response in internet users. Poster
       presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
       Savannah, GA.
Patriquin, M.A., Knepp, M.M., Wells, A.O., Scarpa, A., & Friedman, B.H. (2007, May). The
       effect of internet use on autonomic responses in undergraduates. Poster presented at
       the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, D.C.




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Patriquin, M.A., Knepp, M.M., Wells, A.O., Scarpa, A., & Friedman, B.H. (2007, March). The
       effects of frustration and novelty during internet use on heart rate and heart rate
       variability. Poster presented at the Virginia Tech Graduate Research Symposium.
       Blacksburg, VA.

Service
Present            Communications and Marketing Officer, Elect
                   Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus
2011-2012          Membership and Volunteers Officer
                   Association for Psychological Science Student Caucus
2010-2012          Graduate Student Assembly Representative
                   Violence Prevention Committee
                   Virginia Tech
2009-2012          Mentor
                   Big Brothers Big Sisters Program
                   Blacksburg, VA
2010-2011          Officer
                   Graduates Assisting Public Scholarship
                   Virginia Tech
Summer 2010        Pediatric Cancer Support, Best Buddy Program
                   Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit
                   Duke University Medical Center
2008-2010          Continuing Education Coordinator
                   Clinical Psychology Faculty
                   Virginia Tech
2007-2008          Pediatric Cancer Support, Best Buddy Program
                   Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit
                   Duke University Medical Center
Summer 2006        Prison Intern
                   Bland Correctional Center (Level 2-6)
                   Bland, VA
2005-2007          Crisis Intervention Volunteer
                   Women’s Resource Center
                   Radford, VA

Research & Clinical Trainings
 Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging. (2012, January). Bayesian Inference. Human
        Neuroimaging Laboratory, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, Roanoke, VA.
 Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging. (2012, January). Statistical parametric mapping for
        fMRI. Human Neuroimaging Laboratory, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute,
        Roanoke, VA.
 Ratto, A. (2011, November). Contextual assessment of social skills. Blacksburg, VA.
 Phan, D. (2011, October). fMRI Advanced User Training. Human Neuroimaging Laboratory,
        Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, Roanoke, VA.




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National Science Foundation. (2011, October). NSF Regional Grants Conference. University of
        Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.
Bartley, K. (2011, June). fMRI Safety Training Course. Human Neuroimaging Laboratory,
        Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, Roanoke, VA.
Scarpa, A. (2011, April). Pivotal Response Treatment Training. Virginia Tech Autism Clinic,
        Blacksburg, VA.
Hanson, R. (2010, October). Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Workshop. Virginia
        Tech, Blacksburg, VA.
Porges, S.W., & Heilman, K. (2010, July). CardioEdit/CardioBatch Workshop. Brain-Body
        Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.
University of Michigan Autism and Communication Disorders Center. (2009, September). Autism
        Diagnostic Observation Schedule Clinical Training. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Porges, S.W., & Bal, E. (2009, May). Social Interaction Coding Scale Training. Brain-Body
        Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.

Professional Membership
 Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Student Affiliate
 Association for Psychological Science, Graduate Student Affiliate
 American Psychological Association, Student Affiliate
 International Society for Autism Research, Student Affiliate
 Society for Clinical Psychology, Student Affiliate
 Society for Psychophysiological Research, Student Affiliate
 Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology, Student Affiliate
 Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology
Reviewer
Biological Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
Reviewer
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review
International Journal of Psychophysiology
APSSC Student Research Competition 2008, 2010, 2011
Virginia Tech Graduate Student Assembly Graduate Research Development 2010, 2011
Virginia Tech Graduate Student Assembly Symposium 2010

Computer/Psychophysiology/fMRI Hardware & Software Capability
Hardware
Ambulatory Monitoring System
BIOPAC MP150 Data Acquisition System
LifeShirt® Data Acquisition System
Polar S810i Heart Rate Monitor
Siemens 3T Trio Scanner – Advanced User
Software
Acqknowledge Data Acquisition & Analysis Package
Adobe Contribute, Dreamweaver, Photoshop
CardioEdit/CardioBatch
Empirisoft MediaLab Research Software
EndNote
Kubios HRV Analysis Software

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MATLAB
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Noldus The Observer XT
Statistical Analysis Software JMP
Statistical Package for the Social Sciences
Statistical Parametric Mapping 8 (SPM8; in the process of learning)
VivoLogic and VivoMonitor, LifeShirt® data analysis and monitoring




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