Research Assistants

Eugenia Angelopoulos

Research Assistant, 2018-Present

Eugenia Angelopoulos is an undergraduate student at Boston University, majoring in Biomedical Engineering on a pre-medicine track. Her research interests include computational biology, neuroengineering, and neurodegenerative diseases.  She intends to continue her studies in Medical School towards a Neurology or Pediatrics degree. Music is her passion and has been playing the piano for ten years.

Christopher Greene

Research Assistant, 2017-Present

Christopher Greene is native to the Boston area where he grew up on the North Shore. He received his Bachelors of Science in Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and is most grateful for his time studying abroad in Nepal on Buddhist and Hindu sacred art and philosophy and assisting in guiding a meditation group for fellow undergraduate students. Christopher is currently a Master’s of Divinity student at Boston University School of Theology with interdisciplinary interests in ecology, mysticism, neuroscience, spirituality, and holistic wellness. Outside of the classroom or research lab, Christopher enjoys competitive and recreational sports, music production and composition, and writing poetry. You can read some of Christopher’s poetry and other pieces here and here.

Nkemdirim Ogbogu

Research Assistant, 2018-Present

Nkemdirim Ogbogu is an undergraduate student at Boston University studying neuroscience, and philosophy. She is on the pre-med track, and hopes to become a neurosurgeon. She is very interested in cognition, the physiology of mental illness, and neurodegenerative disorders. In her free time, she loves to watch films, and cartoons, and read. She is the Managing Editor of Off the Cuff magazine.

Laura Sabia

Research Assistant, 2017-Present

Laura is in her second year of a Master of Divinity program at Boston University’s School of Theology. She focuses her research on religious ethics, religion and conflict transformation, and religion and justice. She recently returned from a travel seminar to the Balkans where she studied post-war transitional justice and reconciliation efforts. She plans to pursue a J.D. when she has completed her MDiv with the ultimate goal of becoming a human rights lawyer. Laura grew up in Montreal, Canada but has called New England home for seven years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Women’s Studies from Tufts University.

David Schulz

Research Assistant, 2017-Present

David grew up in Wisconsin and regularly defends the Midwest against its coastal critics. After studying Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he went on to teach English for a year in rural Austria. Now he is in Boston studying Theology (MDiv) at Boston University. He is interested in an array of topics within the nexus of religion and philosophy, including but not limited to philosophical theology, comparative religion, mysticism, and hermeneutics. David enjoys biking around the city, cooking, coffee, yoga, reading, but more than anything else, spending time with friends.

Morgan Westine

Research Assistant, 2017-Present

Morgan is an undergraduate student at Simmons College studying Neuroscience and Behavior on the cognitive track.  Her goal is to pursue a PsyD in Clinical Psychology.  She also spends her time tutoring 1st-3rd graders at local schools here in the Boston area.  She is particularly interested in the psychosocial development of adolescents, especially with regards to mental health.  She is very excited to expand her horizons through work at CMAC and see where this new knowledge will lead her.

Catalina Zamorano

Research Assistant, 2017-Present

Catalina Zamorano is currently an undergraduate student at Boston University pursuing a degree in both neuroscience and psychology at Boston University’s College of Arts and Sciences. After graduating with her Bachelor’s degree, she intends to further her education in graduate school, devoting most of her time towards research in the fields of neuropsychology and neurobiology.