Meet the Addiction, Health, and Adolescence Lab's research staff.
Asia Vincent is a research coordinator for AHA! Asia graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. During her undergraduate studies, she interned as a research assistant in various labs. After her undergraduate degree, Asia worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator and has been interested in research ever since. Asia is coordinating the day-to-day research for a study on tobacco withdrawal in daily life funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Zsazsa Lafitaga is a junior studying Communications and Economics. Her interests are focused on how media affects youth and she is passionate about representation in the media for Pacific Islanders like herself! She is also on the Board for Penn Hawaii Club, WQHS radio, and the Women’s Network and currently directing a short film on gentrification in Philadelphia.
Cat Seiberlich is a junior majoring in Criminology and minoring in Psychology, Legal Studies and History. She has previous research experience from conducting a research project where she analyzed the effects of childhood abuse on serial killers and is looking forward to doing more behavioral research with the AHA! Lab. Cat is pre-law and plans on using her undergraduate studies to help reform the criminal justice system. At Penn, she is on board for Phi Alpha Delta, Penn’s Pre-Law Fraternity, and also involved in Penn Dems, the Penn Undergraduate Criminology Society, and the John Marshall Pre-Law Society.
Brian Corry is a junior studying Economic History. He grew up in New York City, and, in his free time, he enjoys skateboarding around campus or sitting in the sun.