Nicholas Marsh is a first year student in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program working with Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano in the Maryland ADHD Program. After graduating from Amherst College in 2018, Nicholas worked for two years at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center as a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Center for ADHD. His current research areas include understanding risk factors, outcomes and associated impairments (e.g., comorbid internalizing symptoms, emotion dysregulation, social functioning) for children with ADHD and exploring mechanisms (e.g. parenting, sleep) that can be used to inform developing treatments.
B.A.Psychology, Amherst College