Psychology day will feature social-behavioral scientist Jasmine Manalel, PhD with a “Book Tour” of Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology faculty’s new books.
This event is open to all.
Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology faculty “Book Tour”. Learn about our faculty’s new books:
- Chana Etengoff, PhD, Assistant Professor
- Robert Mendelsohn, PhD, Professor
- Christy Mulligan, PsyD, Assistant Professor
- Michael O’Loughlin, PhD, Professor
Schedule of Events
|11:30am-12:30pm||Derner Faculty “Book Tour”|
|12:30pm-1:00pm||Mix ‘n Mingle|
Jasmine Manalel, PhD
Jasmine Manalel is a social-behavioral scientist whose research centers on social relations and health across the lifespan, with a focus on adult development and aging. She is particularly interested in the role of close social ties on the well-being of vulnerable individuals and fragile families. Prior to joining Brookdale, Dr. Manalel completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Social and Behavioral Research Branch of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of NIH. Dr. Manalel has received multiple awards in recognition of her work, including the 2020 NHGRI Intramural Research Award for her accomplishments as a postdoctoral fellow. In addition, the NIH and the American Psychological Association have recognized her for effective plain language communication of science. Dr. Manalel obtained her BA in biology and psychology from the University of Virginia, and her MS and PhD in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan.