Sam Crowley, M.S.


Sam Crowley is a graduate student in the Clinical and Health Psychology program. He is involved in MRI data collection, processing and analysis. He received his B.S. from the University of California-Davis in 2012.

He then worked for two years at the University of California-Berkeley in the lab of Dr. William Jagust, where he administered neuropsychological test batteries, assisted in data acquisition, and analysis for MRI and PET scans on a cognitively normal elderly population. He is currently interested in how neurophysiological, genetic, and behavioral factors interact with each other to influence cognitive decline.