Adam Calderon is an aspiring psychologist with an M.A. in Psychology in Education from Columbia University. He has been named a Fulbright Scholar at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, an APA Psychology intern at the United Nations, and an NSF REU fellow. He is interested in utilizing machine learning to promote an informed, data-driven approach to explain, predict, and treat mood and anxiety-related disorders. He is also interested in emotion dynamics, mindfulness, and neuroimaging.
Currently, Adam holds a dual appointment as a measures researcher for Owl, a digital health company, and a research assistant in the Anxiety, Stress, and Prolonged Grief Program at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
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MA in Psychology in Education, 2020
Columbia University, Teachers College
BS in Behavioral Neuroscience, 2017