Danielle Cosme, MS
Danielle Cosme, MS, is a doctoral student at the University of Oregon, working with Dr. Jennifer Pfeifer and Dr. Elliot Berkman. Broadly, she is interested in the development of self-regulation during adolescence and early adulthood. More specifically, she is interested in understanding the neural basis and neurodevelopment of self-regulation, how behavioral and neural correlates of self-regulation relate to real-world health-risking behaviors, and how neurally informed interventions can be used to improve self-regulation. Her current research explores the neural correlates of choosing to regulate appetitive cravings and their relation to substance use during the transition to college.