Grace was a research assistant for the DiSH lab where she participated in two studies, Soupbowl and LOOSE. She recently committed to the Special Education Master’s program at UT Austin, which will prepare her to work with individuals with developmental disabilities and autism in the future. Thank you for your work in the DiSH Lab […]
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DiSH lab alumna Emma recently matched with the Johns Hopkins University/National Institutes of Health Genetic Counseling Training Program! Emma was part of the DiSH Lab from 2016-2018. As a study coordinator, she helped lead several projects and gained valuable research and leadership skills that she has continued to use in her career. Since leaving the DiSH […]
In the DiSH Lab, Tamara worked as a research assistant for the LOOSE Study in which she obtained anthropometric measurements of participants through hair cortisol samples. She recently committed to the Masters of Science in School-Based Family Counseling Program at CSULA, which combines Marriage and Family Therapy, Pupil Personnel Services credential and an Advanced Authorization […]
Sonia was a research assistant for the DiSH Lab for about 2 years and during her time there she ran participants, input data, analyzed data and presented the findings at the PURC. She recently committed to a graduate program at CSUN, which is heavily based on statistical measures, research methods, and design to prepare its […]
Former DiSH Lab Summer Intensive student, Nancy Gomez, was selected as part of the first cohort of the NSF-funded summer intensive program for community college students in 2016. The program’s curriculum, graduate students, and Dr. Tomiyama all had a great impact in encouraging her to apply graduate school. While at UCLA, Nancy became an RA […]
DiSH Lab alumns Jeff Hunger and Mary Himmelstein are quoted extensively in this great article from Prevention magazine! Dr. T’s research is cited too. The gist: BMI is not helpful! Let’s focus on actual health and behaviors instead. Check it out here!
Former study coordinator Tanvi Mamtora recently committed to the Joint Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program at UCSF/SFSU! While there, she plans to dedicate her studies to delivering inclusive and equitable care to those she serves. In the DiSH Lab, Tanvi was a part of two research studies, one of which was published in Appetite and […]
Ava Cazares, our DiSH Lab Manager, recently committed to the Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Program at USC! At USC, she plans to specialize in Latinx youth mental health and obtain certification in Spanish-English bilingual therapy as part of her MFT licensure. Set to graduate from UCLA in the Spring, she is grateful […]
Kristen’s reviews said, “The intellectual merit and broader impacts of the applicant are tremendous. The applicant has all the tools needed to make an important scientific impact, and the likelihood that they will do so is incredibly high. There is also a clear commitment to creating a positive imprint on the world through their research […]
Among many positive comments, reviewers said, “Compelling and beautifully written personal statement. Stellar statement of previous research demonstrating exceptional promise as an academic.” We’re proud of you, JP!