Mignogna, Kristin

October 26, 2017 by

Kristin Mignogna is a student at the University of Virginia, who will be graduating in the Spring of 2014 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in psychology and biology and a minor in bioethics. She is currently a research assistant for Dr. Karen Ingersoll, at the Behavioral Health and Technology Center, and a teaching assistant for Dr. Mark Kopeny, in the Biology Department at UVA. She is hoping to get a PhD in clinical psychology, with a focus on behavioral genetics. She is ultimately interested in helping people live happier and more fulfilling lives.