Mallory Kroeck

Clinical Research Specialist III

Education History:
M.A Psychological Sciences, Northern Arizona University, 2019
B.S. Cognitive Science, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2013
B.A. Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2013

Mallory Kroeck, MA, is the Clinical Research Specialist for the Cohen Laboratory of Translational Neuroimaging at Boston Children’s Hospital under the direction of Alexander Li Cohen, MD, PhD. Her research in the lab aims to develop treatment targets for symptoms of autism spectrum disorders such as abnormalities in face processing and social cognition. Before joining Boston Children’s Hospital, Mallory‘s interest in electrophysiological biomodulation lead her to a private clinical practice in Northern California, where she gained experience in multiple neuromodulation modalities to earn board-certification as a Neurofeedback Clinician. Mallory is eager to continue her professional growth in translational research while incorporating her interests in utilizing neuromodulation as a means to improve mental health.

Personal Interests/Hobbies:
Mallory enjoys backpacking, climbing, listening to live music, and tinkering with artistic projects.