Research Assistants

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HARRIS BAJWA

Research Assistant

Harris (he/his) joined the CARE lab originally as a student intern from Bridgewater State University. He graduated from BSU in May of 2020 and continued working with the team. In December of 2020, he accepted a position as a Research Assistant for the Virtual CBT project. Harris plans on earning his PhD in Clinical Psychology, but still has not narrowed down which type of program he’d like to pursue. Harris likes to stay active in his free time by engaging in hiking, snowboarding, and playing tennis.

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KEVIN NARINE

Student Research Assistant

Kevin (he/him/his) graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018. He is a 1st year clinical psychology doctoral student at William James College. He is interested in culturally sensitive evidenced-based treatments for anxiety and trauma-related disorders. Outside of work, Kevin enjoys writing, hiking, and playing with his cat.

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GRACE HART

Student Research Assistant

Grace (she/her) is an undergraduate student at Boston College majoring in psychology. She hopes to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology and is interested in studying death anxiety, suicidality, and meaning-making. Outside of work, Grace enjoys hiking, painting, and yoga. 

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IRELEE FERGUSON

Research Assistant

IreLee (she/her) graduated from Union College in 2021 and joined the CARE Lab in June of 2022. IreLee plans to pursue a PhD in Clinical Psychology, and hopes to study the treatment of anxiety and depression. In her free time, IreLee enjoys being outdoors, playing and coaching basketball, and spending time with friends and family.

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KAILYN FAN

Research Assistant and Clinical Research Coordinator

Kailyn (she/her) graduated from Stony Brook University in 2022 and joined the CARE Lab in June of 2022. She is also currently a clinical research coordinator for the Behavioral Health Partial Hospital Program at McLean. Kailyn hopes to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology and is interested in studying the efficacy of digital interventions for depression, anxiety, and suicidality. Outside of research, she enjoys playing violin and guitar, reading, and bike riding.