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Kassidy Hogan

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Kassidy Hogan is a first-year graduate student from Denver, Colorado studying under the mentorship of Dr. Lawrence Sweet in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. She also completed her undergraduate studies at UGA where she worked as a research assistant in the Institute of Gerontology under Dr. Lisa Renzi-Hammond. Her research focuses on the cross-section between public health and neuroscience, with a focus on the diagnosis and prevention of Alzheimer's Disease. 



  • Bachelor of Science, University of Georgia (2021)
    •  Double major in Biology and Psychology 
    • Emphasis in Neuroscience
    • Minor in Spanish 
    • Certificate in Healthcare System Navigation 

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